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- Vili, The
- (sing. Vila) Any of a class of Slavic dryads, tree-spirits who are exclusively female. They are often vicious and cruel, and have a dire reputation; nevertheless, if one succeeds in approaching a Vila properly, she may be inclined to heal, give advice, reveal...
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- Dryads and Hamadryads
- While serving in the Secret Intelligence Service during the Second World War, Hugh Trevor-Roper decided, illegally and under the threat of a court martial, to keep a diary.
- Pa. Ballet's 'Don Quixote': Much to like, great to see
- Opening night was packed with stellar performances: Lauren Fadeley as Mercedes; Calderón and Arián Molina Soca as the Gypsies; Oksana Maslova, as the Queen of the Dryads; Kathryn Manger as a spritely Amor; and Holly Lynn Fusco and Laura ...
- State Street Ballet's 'Don Quixote'
- This was an excellent production of a marvelous work of art. A big classic 19th century ballet like Don Quixote truly contains multitudes.
- Dance review: Los Angeles Ballet's 'Don Quixote' still quests for its fire
- Yes, wood nymphs. At least Act 2 offers plenty of spectacular dancing by the company's deep bench — including Bianca Bulle as a floaty Queen of the Dryads, and Dustin True as the head gypsy who leads his band in a traditional Russian-style mazurka.
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