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Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Making it to the Joyce stage is a milestone for many seasoned dance companies. On May 2, students from the Mason Gross School of the Arts, part of Rutgers University, get to do just that--and they haven't even graduated! Each year, thanks to the "Rutgers in New York" program, students from one artistic discipline get to perform or exhibit their work in Manhattan, just 40 miles away from the school's New Brunswick, NJ, campus; this year it's the dance program's turn. Students will perform the high-octane for all of us, created on them last semester by Cedar Lake artistic director Benoit-Swan Pouffer; a new work by Doug Elkins, crafted in his signature mode of street-meets-modern dance; and excerpts of the Cunningham repertoire. See

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Title Annotation:Notes & News
Author:Burke, Siobhan
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2011
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