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When dancers with trembling fans made of fuchsia-colored feathers glided across the City Center stage as though borne on a river of air, they set the tone for Career Transitions For Dancers' annual fund-raiser. The Oct. 23 gala, dubbed "One World," showcased dance traditions from countries that included India, Brazil, Ireland, Japan, and China, as well as homages to ethnic traditions performed by dancers from American Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet, the Joffrey Ballet, and Luna Negra Dance Theater. Other highlights included a charming and sensual Latin-flavored debut by the youthful Ballet de Monterrey, and moving solos by tapper Noah Racey and hip hop artist Mr. Wriggles.
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Title Annotation:NEW YORK NOTEBOOK
Author:Rubin, Hanna
Publication:Dance Magazine
Date:Jan 1, 2007
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