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January 31, 2012 at 9:40 AM

Drinking and dancing with Pacific Northwest Ballet

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If you haven’t yet decided whether you should go to PNB’s “Don Quixote,” opening Friday at McCaw Hall, maybe this will convince you:

If you show your ticket at RN74 between Feb. 3 and Feb. 12, you’ll be served a complimentary La Mancha cocktail. Don’t know what’s in it, but our restaurant critic Providence Cicero loved RN74 (listing it as one of her favorite new restaurants of 2011), so you’re likely in for a treat.

Still on the fence? Check out the trailer:

Remember: Tom Skerritt stars as the man who tilts at windmills. Read Moira Macdonald’s interview with Skerritt for a little insight into how an actor prepares for ballet.

(Photo at top: “Don Quixote,” courtesy of the Dutch National Ballet.)

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