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Topic - Sascha Radetsky
"So to finally come back and perform in the Bolshoi Theatre is a realization of a dream of mine since I was a little kid," Radetsky said following the afternoon rehearsal. "Even though this isn't THE Bolshoi Theatre, it still counts in my book."
As for Baryshnikov, even though he left ABT two decades ago, "his presence is felt everywhere still," Radetsky said. "He's the guy who all young male dancers especially look up to ... his tangible presence isn't there any more, we never see him, but his legacy still exists."