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Zipporah

(zĭp`ərə), in the Bible, daughter of Jethro and wife of Moses.
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Balanchine's Sonatine, staged by former New York City Ballet dancer Zippora Karz, was Aspen's third ballet by Mr.
Zippora Karz, a former New York City Ballet principal who recently staged Balanchine's Sonatine on ABC, said she thoroughly enjoyed the experience: "I have loved working with Tom and Jean-Philippe, both in teaching for them and staging the ballet.
Thank you greatly for publishing this article on Zippora Karz because it has taught me many things.
I was greatly moved by the article by Zippora Karz ["Dancing Through Diabetes," September, page 74].
Just so: In this issue, New York City Ballet soloist Zippora Karz, who has lived with insulin-dependent diabetes for years (see pages 74-77), is an inspiration to all performers with certain physical challenges that may, in the past, have been viewed as roadblocks to success.
To prevent that I decided to repeat over and over to myself, "My name is Zippora, and I'm going to be all right.
Alleyne choreographed with a taste for extremity (for example, high, sharp extensions for the opulent Kathleen Tracey and lyrical Zippora Karz) and with a wish for conciliation, as suggested in gently rocking motions, blooming arms, and postures of propitiation for the men.