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      A portrait of Bronislava Nijinska in 1953.
      CreditCollection of Marie Nugent-Head; Serge Lido

      Why Is Bronislava Nijinska Still Waiting in the Wings?

      With a new biography and a production of “Les Noces,” the time has come to reconsider the choreographer, whose work and reputation have languished in the shadows.



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