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  • To this end, he engaged Doug Fullington, his assistant and PNB's education-programs director, as well as musicologist and dance historian Marian Smith, to advise him in putting together a production of the ballet that looked more to its 19th-century beginnings than to contemporary stagings.

    From the Northwest Emerges a New 'Giselle'

  • PNB's own "resident historian" Doug Fullington has provided a wonderful explanation of how Cervantes' masterpiece developed into a virtuoso ballet.

    Steven Mesler: Don Quixote at Pacific Northwest Ballet

  • Michael Caputo, campaign manager for Mr. Paladino, had positive words about Messrs. Fullington and Walter.

    Lazio Taps a New Campaign Chief

  • Medical examiners at the GBI Crime Lab found she died of blunt force trauma to the head, said Fullington.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • "We are doing a preliminary review into the facts of the case to see if there are facts to reopen it," said GBI Agent Jim Fullington.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Lynn's first wife was pregnant when she was found dead in the bedroom of their home, Fullington told the Associated Press.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Since then, "Questions have been raised by some of the family members … advising that he had a previous wife that died," Jim Fullington, special agent for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, told ABCNews.com.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • James Lynn had originally been charged with obstruction Friday "for false information he gave during the investigation," Fullington said.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Enter Doug Fullington, a PNB staffer and dance historian who happens to be an expert in reading Stepanov notation, a now-archaic form of classical ballet notation used in Russia.

    The Seattle Times

  • Boal was intrigued by the idea of reconstructing the ballet from historical sources, and Fullington brought in Marian Smith, a musicologist/dance historian at the University of Oregon, as an adviser for the project.

    The Seattle Times

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