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Dayton Contemporary Dance Company

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Dayton Contemporary Dance Company

Young, Gifted and Black: A Transformative Experience 

When: Tue., Nov. 3, 7 p.m. 2015
Price: Free

DAYTON CONTEMPORARY DANCE COMPANY: YOUNG, GIFTED AND BLACK: A TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCE

TUESDAY, NOV. 3, DURHAM

B.N. DUKE AUDITORIUM AT N.C. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY—Dayton Contemporary Dance Company has been a frequent guest at the American Dance Festival. Over the years, it has earned a reputation for its crisp execution of the largest assembled repertory of black choreography of any company on Earth—an artistic brain trust that has included dancemakers Donald McKayle, Ronald K. Brown, Bebe Miller and Asadata Dafora. The company's three-day residency at N.C. Central features master classes on Monday and school-day performances Wednesday. In between, we get this free performance featuring Ronen Koresh's Exit 7, Rodney Brown's The Gatherer/weething, Kiesha Lalama's Shed and local hero Stafford C. Berry Jr.'s Wawa Aba. 7 p.m., free, 1800 Fayetteville St., Durham, 978-530-6932, www.nccu.edu. Byron Woods

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