Slideshow: Boston Ballet's Jewels

 Boston Ballet performs George Balanchine's Jewels .
By ERIC ANTONIOU  |  February 27, 2009

RUBIES III Everything about Melissa Hough and James Whiteside was big.
Read "Crowning glory: Boston Ballet's Jewels" by Jeffrey Gantz.

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