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Arts Ballet Theatre Season Opener Asks, “Can You Move Like a Tiger?”

“Of course you can be a prince on stage, but you can be an animal as well? Can you move like a snake, move like a tiger?” With that, a wiry, energized Miao Zong — guest choreographer with Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida — demonstrated the proper technique for a...
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