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Rally 'round Remy.

Earlier this year, San Francisco artists organized a benefit concert to raise funds for beloved choreographer, dancer, and author of children's books Remy Charlip. The Bay Area legend suffered a stroke last fall. Charlip is best known for his "Air Mail Dances," in which he sends a set of drawings to a dance company and the dancers create transitions and an order for the positions. The concert, "Every Little Movement: A Benefit for Remy Charlip," included performances by aerialist Joanna Haigood, choreographer Julia Adam, and even Remy himself.
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Title Annotation:artists raise a benefit concert for Remy Charlip
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U9CA
Date:Oct 1, 2006
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