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On the Record: Earlier reviews/interviews Doug Varone, Ronald K. Brown

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We've seen -- and reviewed and interviewed -- them before. If you missed our coverage and analysis of previous major regional and ADF performances by Doug Varone and Dancers and Ronald K. Brown/ EVIDENCE, here's a list with links -- all on the record -- below.

Doug Varone & Dancers:

Boats Leaving: 2006 ADF World Premiere. Review. Season summary.

Ballet Mechanique. 2002 ADF World Premiere. Review. Season summary.

Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE

One-Shot: March 2008 performance at Duke University. Review.

Redemption. 2004 ADF World Premiere. Review (with Come Ye ). Interview.

Come Ye. November 2003 performance at Hayti Heritage Center. Preview and Interview.

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