Lincoln Jones

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Artistic Director, American Contemporary Ballet

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Madeleine peels back the curtain on dance in Los Angeles, if you will, with the head of the local  American Contemporary Ballet . It’s a five year old ballet company based in downtown.

Ballet in LA

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