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Look both ways.

Anything and everything happens on Manhattan streets, so only something truly extraordinary can stop New Yorkers during their midday rush. Sitelines, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's site-specific performance series, is just that--unusual and out of the ordinary. Chinatown choreographer H.T. Chen teams up with emerging choreographer Sharon Estacio to dance through the Columbus Park pavilion (at left), while the women of Ellis Wood Dance light up the grand balconies at Cipriani's 55 Wall Street with daring passion. Keep your eyes peeled throughout the month of August for these public transformations, or go to www.lmcc.net/sitelines for more information.
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Title Annotation:NEW YORK NOTEBOOK
Author:Thompson, Jennifer
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Dance review
Date:Aug 1, 2006
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