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Ballet and brunch at Free Press News Café

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THE Free Press wants to give you an unique chance to get behind the scenes of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's season première production of Twyla Tharp's Princess and the Goblin.

Join RWB artistic director Andre Lewis, principal dancer Vanessa Lawson and Broadway dancer and choreographer John Seyla at the Free Press News Café on Sunday, Oct. 14, as they take you deep into Tharp's fantastical narrative based on a short story by Scottish author George MacDonald.

The event at the News Café begins with a full brunch before moving on to an interactive forum with Lewis, Lawson and Seyla.

Tickets are $25 plus taxes. For reservations, or more information, please call 204-697-7069 or email at wfpnewscafe@gmail.com.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 6, 2012 G2

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