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Dance Review: SPAC Doll Night draws kids, but offering too academic (with photo gallery)

Having a tea party of their own on the grass at SPAC  are Margaret Burgess, six, and her mom, Sarah, both of London, England.
Photographer: Bruce Squiers
Having a tea party of their own on the grass at SPAC are Margaret Burgess, six, and her mom, Sarah, both of London, England.
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The lawn of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center was jammed with patrons on Tuesday night — and not just the human kind. It was American Girl Doll Night and hundreds of little girls, with dolls in tow, arrived for an evening with New York City Ballet. But after the first intermission, many of the would-be ballet fans cleared out as the program on Tuesday night was not family-friendly. Aside from Jerome Robbins’ “Circus Polka,” which ...


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