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Topic - Marvin Ross Friedman
Edward Villella, the artistic director of the Miami City Ballet, has abruptly left the company after nearly a year of financial struggles and management shake-ups that threatened to overshadow the troupe he founded and built into an internationally recognized company.
Instead of thanking Villella for leading the company to wild acclaim in Paris last summer, a few members of the executive board forced him to resign, Friedman said.
Ballet trustee Marvin Ross Friedman said Tuesday he was leaving with Villella.