Douglas, Helyn (c. 1945–)

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Douglas, Helyn (c. 1945–)

American ballet dancer. Born c. 1945 in Dallas, Texas; trained with Margaret Craske, Vincenzo Celli, Hector Zaraspe, and Maggie Black in New York City.

Danced 1 season with City Center Joffrey Ballet (1967); danced with American Ballet Theater (1968–74) in such classical repertory works as Michael Smuin's Pulcinella Variations, Dennis Nahat's Ontogeny, Eliot Feld's Intermezzo, and more; joined Feld Ballet (1974) and created roles in The Consort (1974) and Half-Time (1978); also performed with a dance troupe for which she choreographed.

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