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POB AuditionsI need information :-)!

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#16 cygneblanc


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Posted 15 January 2005 - 05:15 PM

No, it isn't.

A surnumeraire is as a quadrille, the lowest rank of the corps de ballet , and is dancing the same parts. Definitively, these parts aren't" like super" or children's roles in an ABT ballet.

Eg, a surnumeraire can be one of the willis in Giselle, a swan in the Swan Lake...

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Posted 15 January 2005 - 06:43 PM

Oh, I see. A "super" which is also known as a supernumary and children's roles with ABT are walkon roles open to the public. However, my teacher sends students from her school to childrens auditions for ABT's Raymonda, Coppelia, etc.

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