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Dine on Dance

Gerry Love
We live in an urban environment, but many of us rarely interact with anything in it except for sidewalks and the occasional bench. Let the modern dancers who perform in Dine on Dance show you a new way. Dawn Karlovsky, Ashley Tate, Vance Baldwin and other choreographers have devised site-specific, contemporary modern dance pieces that will make use of the environment at Old Post Office Plaza (Ninth and Locust streets; www.karlovskydance.org). Alice Bloch presents a suite of pieces choreographed by Isadora Duncan, restaged by Bloch to make full use of the location. Rick Kramer and Tory Z. Starbuck provide the live soundtrack for the event, which is free and takes place at noon on Thursday, September 22. On Friday, September 30, the collective performs a second Dine on Dance show at Strauss Park in Grand Center (Grand Boulevard and Washington Avenue).

— Paul Friswold

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