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October 18, 2013

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SFB has such a strong, beautiful grouping of female dancers, all different from each other: Van Patten, Tan, Sylve, and Chung (I'd watch the four of them in anything). I hope you get to see Chung in a jumping role; she's fantastically springy.

Trying to work out my schedule to get up to SF this spring, but it's proving hard. I would love to see their Giselle.

Hi, K.

SFB and the Royal New Zealand Ballet will be presenting their Giselles concurrently in California. Gillian Murphy will make her North American debut in the role in Orange County when RNZB is there from Jan 31 - Feb 2 while SFB will have its Giselle week from Jan 25 - Feb 2.

Yes, I do already have my tickets to Gillian's debut (assuming she dances opening night and why wouldn't she?). I would like to get to SF as well, but that time is not looking great for out of town travel.

There is definitely a West Coast Giselle dilemma. I was planning to go up to San Francisco to see three casts of Giselles, hoping for Vanessa Zahorian, Mathilde Froustrey, Sarah Van Patten as one or more of the Giselles, but I want so much to see Gillian Murphy dance the role, which would be a sure thing for RNZB's opening night.
Thanks so much for the SFB report - love to hear about that superb company! Keep them coming!

Hi, J.

I'm hoping that McKenzie comes to his senses and gives her AND STELLA ABRERA Giselles at the Met and when the company goes to Minneapolis in April. If none of that pans out, I'll seriously consider making the trip to Orange County to see her.

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