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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from ‘Odette’s Ordeal’: San Francisco Ballet in Our Emerald City by the Bay
I ask you, is there any more appropriate city than San Francisco that can-and does-boast the much abused quote “I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore”? Proof of our Emerald City by the Bay is in the clover luminescence of San Francisco City Hall’s festive St. Patty’s … Continue reading
Posted in Odette's Ordeal Tagged Alexei Ratmansky, Balanchine's Emeralds, Brian Mengini, Carnival of the Animals, Christopher Wheeldon, Clara Blanco, Continuum, Damian Smith, Elizabeth Miner, Emerald City, James Sofranko, Katita Waldo, Kristina Lind, Le Carnaval des Animaux, Mark Morris, Muriel Maffre, Odette's Ordeal, San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco City Hall, Sandpaper Ballet, SF Ballet, SFB, Sofiane Sylve, St. Patrick's Day, Teri McCollum, The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude, Victoria Ananyan, William Forsythe, Yuan Yuan Tan 10 Comments