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Pacific Northwest Ballet's stunning Lesley Rausch as Swanilda from 'Coppelia' (Photo by Angela Sterling)

Pacific Northwest Ballet's stunning Lesley Rausch as Swanilda from 'Coppelia' (Photo by Angela Sterling)

Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Kaori Nakamura as Swanilda playing the doll Coppélia, and artistic director Peter Boal as Dr. Coppelius in PNB’s premiere production of Coppélia:

PNB's most expensive production of the season is fast-moving and beautifully designed.

Pacific Northwest Ballet: Coppélia, April 15 - 24, 2016 at McCaw Hall. #McCawHall #PNBallet #Seattle

George Balanchine’s “Coppélia,” a comedy-within-a-ballet based on the 1870 French original by choreographer Arthur Saint-Léon, has become a Seattle favorite. Seattle Times fashion and ballet critic Moira Macdonald walks us.

Pacific Northwest Ballet - Coppelia April 15 - 24

George Balanchine’s Coppélia promises bravura classical ballet, exquisite scenery and costumes, and pristine choreography for our Company dancers.

Maria Chapman as Spinner in PNB’s Coppelia  Photo by Angela Sterling

Maria Chapman as Spinner in PNB’s Coppelia Photo by Angela Sterling I saw this last night! She’s amazing!

Brittany Reid & Kylee Kitchens with PNB Company dancers in George Balanchine's Coppélia. #Ballet #PNB

Brittany Reid & Kylee Kitchens with PNB Company dancers in George Balanchine's Coppélia.

Coppelia. Another great ballet done by the Pacific Northwest Ballet

The Pacific Northwest Ballet offers exceptional performances throughout the year.

Pacific Northwest Ballet season announcement includes return of ...

Pacific Northwest Ballet season announcement includes return of ‘Cinderella’

Pacific Northwest Ballet: Balanchine's "Coppélia," Swanhilda's Act I Variation, Mara Vinson—wish she was still with PNB

Pacific Northwest Ballet: Balanchine's "Coppélia," Swanhilda's Act I Variation, Mara Vinson— one of my favorite ballet videos!

Pacific Northwest Ballet’s “Coppélia” SOOOOO excited to see this!

Villagers dance a Hungarian czardas in Act The colors in their costumes were inspired in part by purple wisteria, which is prominent — hundreds of blossoms, handmade from fabric — in the Act 1 and Act 3 sets.

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