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The best and not-best of ADF 2011 

The 2011 American Dance Festival ended last weekend. Some 27 artworks, eight of them world premieres and another five never before seen in the United States, were presented by 20 companies over seven weeks. Looking back, the 2011 festival truly belonged to…

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