Lauren Tenney plays Giselle in the Lexington Ballet's Giselle. Company director Luis Dominguez said major productions boost a company's credibility: "The classics are the classics for a reason," he said.
Lauren Tenney plays Giselle in the Lexington Ballet's Giselle. Company director Luis Dominguez said major productions boost a company's credibility: "The classics are the classics for a reason," he said. Mark Ashley
Lauren Tenney plays Giselle in the Lexington Ballet's Giselle. Company director Luis Dominguez said major productions boost a company's credibility: "The classics are the classics for a reason," he said. Mark Ashley

Lexington Ballet takes a big leap with 'Giselle'

April 22, 2011 12:00 AM

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