The evil queen (Megan Coleman Stuart) feeds her poison apple to Snow White (Hayley-Ann Vasco). The Lexington Ballet presents a new production of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, "Snow White," March 22 at the Lexington Opera House, 401 West Short Street in Lexington, Ky. The production features music by Jean Sibelius and choreography by Lexington Ballet artistic director Luis Dominguez. This photo was taken at a dress rehearsal, March 19, 2014. Visit lexingtonballet.org or lexgo.com for more information. Photo by Rich Copley | staff.
The evil queen (Megan Coleman Stuart) feeds her poison apple to Snow White (Hayley-Ann Vasco). The Lexington Ballet presents a new production of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, "Snow White," March 22 at the Lexington Opera House, 401 West Short Street in Lexington, Ky. The production features music by Jean Sibelius and choreography by Lexington Ballet artistic director Luis Dominguez. This photo was taken at a dress rehearsal, March 19, 2014. Visit lexingtonballet.org or lexgo.com for more information. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader
The evil queen (Megan Coleman Stuart) feeds her poison apple to Snow White (Hayley-Ann Vasco). The Lexington Ballet presents a new production of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, "Snow White," March 22 at the Lexington Opera House, 401 West Short Street in Lexington, Ky. The production features music by Jean Sibelius and choreography by Lexington Ballet artistic director Luis Dominguez. This photo was taken at a dress rehearsal, March 19, 2014. Visit lexingtonballet.org or lexgo.com for more information. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader

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