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SPAC to reduce ballet season

2013 campaign by NYCB to be just one week

Sterling Hyltin and Robert Fairchild in New York City Ballet's production of "Romeo + Juliet"
Photographer: Paul Kolnik
Sterling Hyltin and Robert Fairchild in New York City Ballet's production of "Romeo + Juliet"
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New York City Ballet fans’ fears were confirmed Thursday when officials announced the ballet’s season at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center will be shortened next year from two weeks to one. Financial reasons led to the decision, said Marcia White, president and executive director of SPAC, which has been the ballet’s summer home since 1966, when co-founder George Balanchine was still at the helm of the ballet. “We’re really at a point where we had ...

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