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Bourne's beefed-up 'Swan Lake' comes to town

By Thomas Garvey
Globe Correspondent / April 14, 2006

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It's hard to believe 10 years have passed since Matthew Bourne's ''Swan Lake" first took flight and ruffled feathers with its tale of a sexually frustrated prince and his fatal attraction to a flock of bare-chested men, rather than the traditional bevy of ballerinas. It's even harder to believe this radical reinvention of the Tchaikovsky classic has never been seen ... (Full article: 880 words)

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