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New Year’s Eve has more than just First Night

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Theatre Ballet of Spokane, Ballet and Bubbly

What: Pieces from classical to contemporary, including the premiere of “Back to Bacharach” by New York City Ballet’s Charles Askegard, plus new works by Theatre Ballet’s Sara Donally and artistic director Dodie Askegard. Former dancers returning to perform include Leyna Swoboda from San Francisco’s Lines Ballet and Nathan Driftmeyer from Denmark.

When: Dec. 31, chocolate and champagne reception, 6 p.m.; program, 7 p.m. (The program repeats at 9, minus reception, as part of the alcohol-free First Night activities.)

Where: Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague Ave.

Cost: $17

Call: TicketsWest outlets (800-325-SEAT,

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