Thursday, April 26, 2012

Prepared at the Boston Ballet

A culture break to get away from health care stuff for a moment.

Seen at the Boston Ballet's opening night of Rudolf Nureyev's Don Quixote, this young understudy for the prima ballerina was napping comfortably on her mother's shoulder before the show -- but clearly dressed to perform -- just in case she might be called in to substitute.

She was not called, as it turned out.  (I wonder if she ever woke up.)  The performance was wonderful, and I highly recommend subsequent shows to people in the Boston area.

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