Ballerina gets dark role after in her final season
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — In the second act of the Minnesota Ballet's "Dracula," the once-sweet Lucy rises from the grave. First a hand, fingers bent to a bony claw, shoots up from the ground. Then she oozes to life, slowly and deliberately, shedding the coffin and hungry for the blood of children.
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