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May 16, 2019

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Hi Haglund, looking forward to seeing this program at the Saturday May 18 2pm matinee. Looks like I'll get a different cast than you did, with the exception of Pazcoguin/Ball in the Tchaik Scherzo. Thanks for the review!

Saturday matinee will be exciting. There will be lots of debuts, most notably, Anthony Huxley in Theme and Variations. Also, the First Movement of Brahms-Schoenberg will be all new. We haven't seen enough of the enormously talented Emilie Gerrity this season, and we hardly ever get to see the warm, gracious and utterly lovely Lydia Wellington featured--both of whom will be debuting. And Joseph Gordon in the PdD with Gerrity should be gorgeous. Plus we'll be welcoming back Amar Ramasar which so many NYCB regulars in the audience have been anxiously awaiting -- not to mention lobbying for.

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