4 Little Swans

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The dancers who perform that famous chorus line in Swan Lake always strive to look as though they're dancing as one unit. Jean Battey Lewis reports on the amusing ways dancers keep it all together, remember all the steps, and look just alike while visions of stardom dance in their heads. The American Ballet Theater is starting its season with several performances of Swan Lake this week. (4:30) (S

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