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Creating Choreography In Public, And Dancing For - Or With - An Audience

A public art project - Prismatic Park - makes Madison Square Park an interactive dance experience. One of the choreographers: "I tell the dancers, 'You’re going to be confronted by people, a squirrel is going to run by, you’re going to stop to say hello to your boyfriend — all of that is what we’re […]
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