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August 25, 2001 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Once upon a time there was a little girl from Lynwood who wanted to become a ballerina. The little girl trained at a ballet school in Compton, then she trained in New York. She trained and trained and trained until she became so good that a major ballet company hired her. And she lived happily ever after--until she returned home to Los Angeles. What she saw here would sour any dancer's storybook ending. "I came back to L.A.
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August 25, 2001 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Once upon a time there was a little girl from Lynwood who wanted to become a ballerina. The little girl trained at a ballet school in Compton, then she trained in New York. She trained and trained and trained until she became so good that a major ballet company hired her. And she lived happily ever after--until she returned home to Los Angeles. What she saw here would sour any dancer's storybook ending. "I came back to L.A.
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October 9, 2006 | Lewis Segal, Times Staff Writer
Oblivious to the music -- that was Robyn Gardenhire's curious stance as a choreographer in the program presented by her City Ballet of Los Angeles at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre on Friday. As the artistic director of this 6-year-old company, Gardenhire showcased a number of strongly trained and highly personable young dancers, as well as a cadre of excellent musicians.
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June 8, 2009 | Debra Levine
"Tough luck, duck!" the narrator drawled amid the cheerful hullabaloo of choreographer Robyn Gardenhire's family-friendly 1960s-retro ballet, "Peter and the Wolf Jump Cool," which opened John Anson Ford Amphitheatre's 17th summer season Saturday. Seated on a perch smartly clad in emerald green, actress Sloan Robinson read her own scripted version of the children's fable, her witty words interwoven with jazz composer-arranger Oliver Nelson's 1966 adaptation of Prokofiev's beloved score.
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December 2, 2000 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
With solemnity and joyous expectation, Christians across the Southland and around the world usher in the season of Advent on Sunday. The four-week season preceding Christmas is traditionally a time of introspection, anticipation and preparation for the coming of the child of Bethlehem. This is especially true in churches with a tradition of formal liturgical worship, among them the Roman Catholic, Episcopal and Lutheran churches.
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