Croce, Arlene
November 1980
New Yorker;11/3/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 37, p188
Entertainment Review
The article reviews two ballets performed in the U.S., including "A Song for Dead Warriors," choreographed by Michael Smuin, starring Evelyn Cisneros and "Frankie and Johnny," choreographed by Ruth Page and Bentley Stone, starring Cynthia Ann Roses.


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