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Dear Bay Weekly:
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
I have two copies of your 11th Hour Guide to Gifted Giving [Vol. xiv, No. 50: Dec. 14] for my sons and one for a significant other, and that is not my ex-husband.
Perhaps you could re-print and distribute to high school juniors to lower the divorce rate.
Susan Haine, Annapolis
Department of Clarifications
In Cracking the Nutcracker Code [Vol. xv, No. 49: Dec. 7], the section Nearby Nutcrackers misstated the scope of Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s Nutcracker, which in fact included over 12 professional dancers, 17 semi-professional apprentices and more than 70 students from the Ballet Theatre of Maryland and other area schools including Carter’s School of Dance, Cechetti Workshop, Dashiell School of Dancing, Design in Motion, Abigail Francisco’s Classical School of Ballet, L’Ecole de Danse, Severna Park High School Dance, Triple Threat Theatre and Twin Rivers Dance Team.
The Ballet Theatre of Maryland, Maryland’s premier professional company, dances under the direction of choreographer and artistic director Dianna Cuatto.