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Coppélia comes to life this weekend

Coppélia comes to life this weekend

You didn't know ballet could be this funny

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   Like the mad inventor in this story, the Statesboro Youth ballet will be bringing Coppélia to live this weekend at the Averitt Center for ... [Read More]

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