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Alison Roper Prepares For Final OBT Performances

OPB | April 9, 2014 1:19 a.m. | Updated: June 19, 2014 8:43 a.m. | Portland

It's the end of an era. Oregon Ballet Theatre's Principal Dancer Alison Roper is coming to the end of an 18-year onstage career. She's transitioning into a new role, fundraising for OBT.

Two of our pals, Oregon Art Beat's Katrina Sarson, and Arts & Life Producer John Rosman have been talking with Roper about the transition. Katrina dropped in to share the interview, and John's been working on a cool video. Watch it below!

Here is information about the OBT performance celebrating Alison Roper.

Here are some of the photos from the session:

Alison Roper at Laurelhurst Park, 2014

Alison Roper at Laurelhurst Park, 2014

Kris Regentin / OPB

Alison Roper inside of Bishops, 2014

Alison Roper inside of Bishops, 2014

Kris Regentin / OPB

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