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Mud Tracks 

When: Fri., Jan. 22, 8 p.m. and Sat., Jan. 23, 8 p.m. 2016
Price: $22-$25
Big Muddy Dance keeps the "contemporary" in contemporary jazz dance with Mud Tracks, a show packed with premieres. The company unwraps its first production of artistic director Brian Enos' Diphthong, which is set to the music of Zap Mama and was originally created for Chicago's Hubbard Street Dance. Chicago dancer Autumn Eckman has choreographed a new piece for the troupe, while company dancers Thom Dancy and Dustin Crumbaugh will both perform a piece that is new to Big Muddy's repertoire. But the centerpiece is a new work created by Josh Manculich, who won a Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship in 2015. Manculich was in fact nominated for the award by Big Muddy Dance, so it's fitting that St. Louis would be first to see the piece. Mud Tracks is presented at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday (January 22 and 23) at the Pageant (6161 Delmar Boulevard; www.thepageant.com). Tickets are $22 to $25.
— Paul Friswold
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