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Black Grace, the phenomenal troupe of men from New Zealand, travels to your TV this month in the form of a PBS documentary, Black Grace: From Cannon's Creek to Jacob's Pillaw. Led by founder and artistic director Neil leremia, the explosive precision of the dancers-who have the bodies of the finest rugby players-is portrayed in this documentary, which follows the company on their journey from their South Pacific home to Jacob's Pillow in 2004. The choreography is full of chest slapping, melodic chanting, and rhythmic dancing that exudes humor, intensity, and serenity. See www.pbs.org and www.blackgrace.co.nz for air dates.

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Date:Jun 1, 2007
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