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  • noun Plural form of balletgoer.

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Examples

  • Let's hope balletgoers attending their first "Swan Lake" won't be disappointed when Odile remains a seductress in a black tutu.

    These Ladies of the Lake Sprout No Feathers

  • Let's hope balletgoers attending their first "Swan Lake" won't be disappointed when Odile remains a seductress in a black tutu.

    These Ladies of the Lake Sprout No Feathers

  • It was indeed a gala occasion, as upper-case and upper-class socialites in gowns, Palm Beach tans, and jewelry galore (one treasure-laden frosted blonde across the aisle from me was sporting a diamond ring so big that every turn of her wrist produced a blinding flash) air-kissed each other over the heads of the garden gnomes that make up such a sizeable contingent of regular balletgoers.

    Shrimp Balls and Booty Calls: The ABT Gala: James Wolcott

  • In addition to generous helpings of Balanchine and Robbins works, balletgoers can take in the holiday classic "George Balanchine's The Nutcracker," this year running Nov. 30 through Dec. 31.

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  • Nov. 18 to Dec. 1, 209 West Houston Street, west of Avenue of the Americas, South Village, , the little company directed by Judith Fugate and Medhi Bahiri, is piquing balletgoers' curiosity by bringing back a morsel from the past: the pas de deux from "The Other," a ballet to Schubert that Agnes de Mille created in 1992 for American Ballet Theater.

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  • Here in the Seattle, balletgoers have rarely seen such a strangely drafty and intense production as Ronald Hyne's The Sleeping Beauty.

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  • Here in the Seattle, balletgoers have rarely seen such a strangely drafty and intense production as Ronald Hyne's The Sleeping Beauty.

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