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Works and workshops.

Politicians and dancers aren't usually the coziest of couples. But on March 19 a group of elected officials and community leaders in Maryland were treated to a Laban workshop. Karen Bradley, a dance professor at the University of Maryland, and Cheryl Clark, a dance instructor at Drew University, videotaped and played back the politicians' speeches, coaching them on how movement influences the message. * Through Broadway Dance Center's THE PULSE SUMMER DANCEFEST, 60 hand-selected dancers will participate in Brian Friedman's summer dance intensive July 7-12, which includes daily classes with the So You Think You Can Dance choreographer.
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Author:Stahl, Jennifer
Publication:Dance Magazine
Date:Jul 1, 2007
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