No dance work is as closely associated with Boston Ballet as “Don Quixote,” which the company will present at the Boston Opera House starting Thursday. Thirty years ago, Rudolf Nureyev — then a still-spry 44 — staged his version of the 1869 Marius Petipa ballet for the company and also danced the part of Basilio. That production put Boston Ballet on the international dance map.
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