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Daybreak South | Mar 15, 2013 | 2:28

Final rehearsal for Ballet Kelowna's Passages.

Friday night marks Ballet Kelowna's final performance in this city after their last rehearsal this Wednesday. Daybreak's Liz Hostland spoke with dancers about their thoughts on the company's last performance

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