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    CreditAngelo Silvio Vasta for The New York Times

    Ayodele Casel, Rooted in Rhythm

    The tap dancer and choreographer’s new piece is part of City Center on the Move, a program to engage new audiences.

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    CreditMohamed Sadek for The New York Times

    On the Playground With Martha’s Men

    “You don’t entertain and perform for an audience,” the dancer Lloyd Mayor said of Martha Graham’s “Secular Games” (1962). “You’re in your playground and the audience happens to see it.”

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    CreditAlina Rancier for The New York Times

    Tapping, Flying and Riffing, Dorrance Style

    This ensemble section comes toward the end of Michelle Dorrance’s “SOUNDspace,” part of Dorrance Dance’s program at City Center.

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    CreditRudolf Costin for The New York Times

    Hats Off to Ballet Hispánico’s Women

    Originally created for male dancers, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s “Sombrerísimo” is now being performed by the company’s women.

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    CreditDonavon Smallwood for The New York Times

    Netta Yerushalmy’s Rites of Modern Dance

    Her project “Paramodernities” — an ambitious deconstruction of works by six canonical moderns — features this reimagined version of Nijinsky’s “Rite of Spring.”




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