Ballet about Holocaust battles intolerance

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“I’m not trying to make a pretty ballet. I’m not trying to tell a pretty story. If I had my way, we wouldn’t end with the pretty blue thing,” Mills said, remembering the time he spent with Holocaust survivors. “It finishes that way because Naomi says it needs to. Naomi says that at the end of all that destruction, people need to understand that there is hope, there is something afterward.”

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