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    CreditBryan Derballa for The New York Times

    Look Out, a Ballet Hurricane Has Made Landfall

    In her first spring as a soloist at American Ballet Theater, Catherine Hurlin is tearing through roles with effervescent daring.

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      CreditJulieta Cervantes for The New York Times

      On 125th Street, Dancing Toward Freedom

      A response to Harlem’s changing landscape, this marathon performance piece travels from one end of the street to the other.

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      CreditVincent Tullo for The New York Times

      Asking Artists, What Do You Need?

      The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council has a new artistic leader, Lili Chopra, who sees the needs of the city and the needs of artists as complementary. Her first River to River Festival starts this week.

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    CreditMohamed Sadek for The New York Times

    Freestyle, With José Xtravaganza

    “Everything in this art form is self-expression: That’s what voguing is.”

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    CreditAn Rong Xu for The New York Times

    Marching to Their Own Beats

    Watch a portion of Pam Tanowitz’s new dance — her first for an outdoor space — in which all the dancers, including Sara Mearns, have their own timing.

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    CreditAlexandra Sapp for The New York Times

    Hail Bach, and Farewell

    Watch Laura Halzack, who is retiring soon, dance part of her playful solo from Paul Taylor’s radiant “Brandenburgs.”

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