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Joan Lazarus

This may be a worthy project! This year I worked with a remarkable group of women culminating in a public performance. Our first choreographic task was to individually create a 60-second solo that traced our dance lineage. Once I began to work on the assignment, I had the pleasure of revisiting each and every teacher I could recall, and to understand the gift that each gave to me and to all their students. Then, encapsulize that into a brief movement that ran chronologically to the present. Thank you to special artists: Paul Wallace, T. Ray Faulkner, Aaron Osborne, Lynda Davis, Alonzo King, Ed Mock, Kathleen McClintock, Khaz Zmuda.

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