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1889 – Born on November 11th in Indianapolis, Indiana. 1902 – Already trained in dance and theater, he quit school at age 13 to study music and painting. 1908 – By 19 he was a professional ballroom dancer in New York, and by his mid-twenties he was performing in musicals, dramas on Broadway and in ..

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1910 – Born on the 8th of January is a Russian ballet dancer. Studied in Petrograd under Agrippina Vaganova and her own mother, a ballerina of the Imperial Russian Ballet. 1928 – Joined the Mariinsky Theatre in and the press found in her "much of Semyonova’s style, grace, the same exceptional plasticity and a sort ..

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1925 – Born in Fairfax, Oklahoma on the 24th of January. 1942-1947 – She danced with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. 1947-1965 – She is best known for her time with the New York City Ballet. 1946 – Choreographer George Balanchine wrote several of his most famous works for her. The two were married ..

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1981 – Born in McComb, Mississippi on the 2nd of December, and raised Southern Baptist in Kentwood, Louisiana. American singer. 1989 – Auditioned for the Disney Channel’s "The New Mickey Mouse Club." 1990 – Attended gymnastics classes and was competing in state-level competitions. 1991 – Attended in NYC’s Professional Performing Arts School and was appeared ..

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1911 – She was born on the 16th of July this year in Independence, Missouri, the daughter of Eddins McMath, of Scottish ancestry and Lela Owens McMath, of Welsh ancestry.   1929 – At the age of 17, married Jack Culpepper, another dancer on the circuit. The marriage was over within months, and she went ..

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1918 – Born on October 11th in New York City. Was one of the most popular and imaginative American choreographers of the 20th century. Robbins was first known for his skillful use of contemporary American themes in ballets and Broadway and Hollywood musicals. 1940 – He joined Ballet Theatre (later American Ballet Theatre). 1944-1953 – ..

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