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Swan LakeOBT just finished their triumphant run of Swan Lake


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#1 BigToe

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Posted 19 October 2008 - 02:05 AM

Hi,

OBT just finished their triumphant run of Swan Lake. Did anyone see it? Did anyone see Kathi Martuza as Odette/Odile ? Did anyone see more than one swan ? The last one is a trick question.

I have enjoyed watching Kathi in every role/dance I have see her in and Friday night was no exception. She is so physically strong, technically skilled, and she has those piercing blue eyes. Swoon....

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Posted 21 October 2008 - 06:45 AM

Hi,

OBT just finished their triumphant run of Swan Lake. Did anyone see it? Did anyone see Kathi Martuza as Odette/Odile ? Did anyone see more than one swan ? The last one is a trick question.

I have enjoyed watching Kathi in every role/dance I have see her in and Friday night was no exception. She is so physically strong, technically skilled, and she has those piercing blue eyes. Swoon....

Big Toe


I just came back from Portland and seeing OBT's Swan Lake. (the 3 day trips to the west coast are a killer, but that is another story) I was at the Sat. matinee. Yuka Iino was magnificent as Odette/ Odile. The costumes and scenery took my breath away. The waltzes in Act 1 were wonderful and the divertissements were particularly well done in Act 3. I truly enjoyed the Czadas, the Spanish and the Neopolitan dances.


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