Joel Myers and Carolynne Guinup in the grand pas de deux, showing the historical trompe l’oeil sets of Tacoma City Ballet’s Pantages production. 2016 will be the last year the company performs the ballet in this venue.
Joel Myers and Carolynne Guinup in the grand pas de deux, showing the historical trompe l’oeil sets of Tacoma City Ballet’s Pantages production. 2016 will be the last year the company performs the ballet in this venue. Tacoma City Ballet Courtesy
Joel Myers and Carolynne Guinup in the grand pas de deux, showing the historical trompe l’oeil sets of Tacoma City Ballet’s Pantages production. 2016 will be the last year the company performs the ballet in this venue. Tacoma City Ballet Courtesy

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