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  1. Los Angeles Ballet holds a gala.
  2. A review of New York City Ballet by Carol Pardo for danceviewtimes.
  3. Ballet Idaho closes its season with "Peter Pan."
  4. Boston Ballet releases a video in support of the National Endowment for the Arts.
  5. Ballet Theatre of Washington presents "Cinderella."
  6. Cincinnati Ballet closes out its season with " New Works."
  7. Connecticut Ballet celebrates its thirty-fifth anniversary.
  8. An article on the new book Reid Anderson – Having It, From Dancer to Director, by Ilona Landgraf in her blog, "Landgraf on Dance."
  9. A review of Misty Copeland's program for Ballet Across America by George Jackson for danceviewtimes.
  10. A review of New York City Ballet by Mary Cargill for danceviewtimes.
  11. A review of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre in "Romeo and Juliet" by Jane Vranish in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  12. The 29th Annual Minnesota Dance Festival takes place this weekend.
  13. A feature on Ballet Quad-Cities.
  14. Reviews of Ballet Across America. Broadway World DC TheatreScene The Huffington Post
  15. Thanks for the comments, all. Yes. For real change to come about, companies, whether led by men or women, will likely have to go beyond just hiring (some) of the women who manage to make their way to the pool of employables. It's disturbing that these guys are supposed to represent the vibrant present and future of the art form, which in a sense they do, and plainly nothing of the sort has even crossed their minds. Maybe Birdsall is right and the ladies are going to have to start a little rock throwing to get the point across.