Win a Pair of Tickets to BalletNext at New York Live Arts

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Contemporary ballet company BalletNext will return to New York Live Arts this spring with four new works by founder Michelle Wiles. Enter below for a chance to win a pair of tickets to a show of your choice.

Performances are March 6-10 at New York City's New York Live Arts.

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