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TV dance bonanza.

With twenty-four hours of dance programs running throughout May, tri-state area viewers tuned in to the first Annual Dance Festival produced by METROARTS/Thirteen (the cable network of the PBS affiliate Channel 13). Whether it was Donna Uchizono at Dance Theater Workshop, David Dorfman at the Kitchen, or Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana at The Joyce, viewers saw dozens of contemporary companies. Or, they caught some of the best work from the 2003 Dance on Camera Festival, including the new documentary on Elizabeth Streb (also aired by DANCE MAGAZINE'S Dance New York program on WNYE). For those who missed this unprecedented television windfall, it will be repeated August 4-31. See www.thirteen.org for schedule.
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Title Annotation:METROARTS/Thirteen's first Annual Dance Festival; New York Notebook
Author:Thom, Rose Anne
Publication:Dance Magazine
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 1, 2003
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