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The Pros and Cons of Dance Crossover

What are the pros and cons of traversing multiple genres in the dance field? Does it pay to be a Jack of all trades or will choreographers assume you're a master of none? Featured columnist and dancer, Roger Lee shares his thoughts on what it's like to find work and collect income from a variety of sources.
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