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Judith Weingarten

Graham's Clytemnestra was the first ballet of any kind that I had ever seen (if you don't count Esther Williams or the Rockettes) and it set me on a life-long love of contemporary dance. [Maybe it set the stage, too, for my future in archaeology; who knows?] I still remember the tremendous passion you describe. Thanks for bringing it all back so vividly.

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