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Citing confidentiality concerns, Powers declined to specify the exact level of decrease in donor support from Fry. “There is nothing but gratitude here for what Fry has done for the ballet,” says Powers. “That is the reason we are here today.”. Ziesel is optimistic that the ballet can continue to regain its footing ballroom connection dance shoes. Ticket sales are on track. Theatergoers with tickets for the scrubbed matinees will receive seats for another performance. The budget now stands at $5.4 million, down from a high of $8 million in 2009-2010. A recent fundraising gala netted $66,000 in donations..
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