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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

“To get the attention of in-demand choreographers you have to be prepared to pay their travel expenses on top of their fees, which can be pretty prohibitive,” said Arthur Espinoza, TWB’s director of artistic operations. “Being able to take travel costs out of the equation means we have more funding to spend elsewhere, which could ultimately determine whether a choreographer comes to TWB or contracts with another company.”  
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

A throbbing tooth, Dr. Watkins contends, could cause as many problems as an aching ankle since it could distract a dancer and hinder her from performing at her highest physical and artistic ability. Though Dr. Watkins is dedicated to ensuring dancer’s teeth are physically healthy, he also understands the important role aesthetics play in the lives of performing artists. 
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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Mr. Webre's vintage take on The Nutcracker transports audience members back in time to historic Washington, DC and an A-list party on the Potomac. Starring George Washington as the heroic Nutcracker and King George III as the villainous Rat King, the production sparkles with swirling snowflakes and shimmering cherry blossoms. This year's Nutcracker features TWB's Company and Studio Company artists alongside 350 students from its three school campuses in NW and SE Washington, as well as Alexandria, Virginia. Special guest stars will include the FOX News correspondent Griff Jenkins on Friday, December 3, Washington Nationals' GEICO Racing Presidents on Friday, December 10, local media personalities Cynné Simpson on Saturday, December 11 and Holly Morris, among others. 
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