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FM Ballet performs 'Thriller' on Fargo lawn

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Members of the Fargo Moorhead Ballet including Sophia Lucht, 16, right, and Sydney Glasheen, 16, center, dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” on Halloween Eve at 824 8th Street S., Fargo. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
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FARGO — The front lawn of an Eighth Street and Ninth Avenue South residence served as the stage for the FM Ballet as they performed the iconic "Thriller" dance from the video for Michael Jackson's 1983 hit. Forum reporter Tracy Briggs was on scene to take in the action.

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