Fraley, Ingrid (1949–)

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Fraley, Ingrid (1949–)

American ballet dancer. Born Nov 1, 1949, in Paris, France.

Danced for 10 years with both San Francisco Ballet in CA and American Ballet Theater in residence at Washington DC's Kennedy Center; performed best-known role in Michael Smuin's Pulcinella Variations (1968) for both companies; appeared as première danseuse at City Center Joffrey Ballet in NY (1975) where her most acclaimed performances included The Ballerina in Petrouchka, Fiancée in John Cranko's Pineapple Poll, and heroine of the Wallflower Waltz in Ruthana Boris' Cakewalk; performed in company productions of Ashton's Monotones II, Joffrey's Remembrances, and Arpino's Pas de Deux Holbert and Drums, Dreams and Banjos.

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