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One of the finest particulars about the Here/Now Festival was the opportunity it offered to have seen Unity Phelan perform major parts in six ballets: For Clara, The Blue of Distance, American Rhapsody, Fearful Symmetries, Polyphonia, and --most importantly--Odessa. I have every expectation that as she grows (as a human being, as a woman, as an artist), as she gains confidence in her abilities and powers, and as she sheds every vestige of self-consciousness Phelan will blossom into a first-rate ballerina, especially in adagio dancing.

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