Black Swan's for the birds 

Russian ballet dancers dispel some Black Swan myths before a local performance of Swan Lake

Taking on the dual role of the white and black swans in Tchaikovsky's iconic ballet Swan Lake is so difficult that a vulnerable ballerina who attempts it can end up sprouting feathers, developing problem nails, and stabbing Winona Ryder through the cheek…

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