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Lucinda Childs, Sol LeWitt, and Philip Glass Transform Concert Dance in a Postmodern Masterpiece

Lucinda Childs Dance Company performs seminal 1979 work Dance, part of "Glass at 80," at Memorial Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 7.

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After Taking Over Global Theaters, Trisha Brown Dance Company Returns to Site-Specific Roots at Duke

The legendary company brings In Plain Site to the Nasher and Duke Gardens to conclude its Duke Performances residency.

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In Zoe | Juniper’s Clear & Sweet, Communal Sacred Harp Singing Pierces Cloistered Modern Movement

The multimedia company comes to Carolina Performing Arts this Wednesday and Thursday.

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Sara Juli Talks About What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Vaginas

Juli brings her comical dance theater piece Tense Vagina: an actual diagnosis to ADF.

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It's good to see the Independent covering the Carolina Ballet, but this review seems mostly concerned with seeming clever, and …

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"What Balanchine needs is someone to do for him what he did for his great forebear Petipa: clear out the …

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