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Michael Clark Has Become Part Of The Dance Establishment (Imagine That!)

“Despite his reputation as a punkish provocateur and iconoclast as well as his own self-destructive behaviour, the Michael Clark Dance Company is now 32 years old, an achievement that, one senses, surprises its founder as much as the rest of us.” And he himself has a CBE.
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