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BalletRox's 'Urban Nutcracker'

By Karen Campbell
Globe Correspondent / December 16, 2004

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Just can't get enough of dancing toy soldiers and waltzing flowers? BalletRox's "Urban Nutcracker" doesn't forgo the old chestnut entirely, but in this edgy production, Tchaikovsky's familiar score often segues into Duke Ellington, and young Clara is a sweet inner-city kid named Clarice. (Full article: 459 words)

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