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ALESSANDRA FERRI

Home: New York, N. Y.
Age: 23.

Occupation: Principal dancer, American Ballet Theatre.
Hobby: "Trying to find the time to have one."

Last book read: Hopscotch, Julio Cortazar.

Latest accomplishment: Dancing the lead in Romeo and Juliet and Giselle during ABT's latest season. No mean feat.

Why I do what I do: "All little girls want to be ballerinas; I just never changed my idea."

Quote: "I'm Italian, and we're never neutral. About anything."

Profile: Focused, passionate, and strong-minded. At ninety-seven pounds, she's nobody's weakling.

HER SCOTCH: Dewar's[[registered trade mark symbol]] "White Label"[[registered trade mark symbol]] and Perrier[[registered trade mark symbol]] . "After the barre, the bar. Where would you go to stretch out?"

[[image - black & white photograph of Alessandra Ferri, floral arrangement in swan shaped vessel, bottle and glass of Dewar's White Label scotch.]]

86.8 PROOF - [[copyright symbol]] 1986 SCHENLEY IMPORTD CO.
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