Atlanta Ballet defies gravity for 80 years 

The dance company celebrates as America's longest continuously operating ballet company

A white plume passes between two young dancers in the Atlanta Ballet's rehearsal hall. Company members Christian Clark and Nadia Mara playfully hand the feather back and forth to convey the soaring love of young Tamino and Pamina in Mozart's Magic Flute.Choreographer…

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