First in line at Boston Ballet’s production of Jewels was Emeralds. It was slow and beautiful, with a stage and costumes set to resemble the jewels themselves. There were many dancers in the piece and collectively they were quite good. The second act was Rubies, with principal dancers who shined above the rest, even thought they were wearing the same costumes. One of my favorites, Dusty Button, was replaced by someone new who I really liked but couldn’t find her name. Who could she be? The last act, in the performance, Diamonds, was performed by two of my favorite principal dancers, Jeffrey Cirio and Misa Kuranaga. The white and cream costumes were stunning, bedazzled with diamonds. Misa wore a crisp white tutu, and I love a crisp white tutu! I am excited to see more shows next year, as we renewed our subscription at the end of the show. Thank you Boston Ballet for a memorable season.