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Martha Graham's "Steps in the Streets" Introduction by Janet Eilber

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Excerpts in this video preview from Martha Graham Dance Company's performance of Steps in the Streets at the 2008 ADF. The opening introduction is by the company's artistic director, Janet Eilber.

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