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February 23: Today in Dance

Born Today: Elizabeth Streb

Dance performance artist Elizabeth Streb (1950-) danced with several contemporary groups including Margaret Jenkins (1942-) and Molissa Fenley (1954-) before establishing her own company, STREB/Ringside in 1975. Streb’s work can be characterized as daredevil dance, featuring elements of physical risk in the choreography, which might be performed around swinging masonry blocks or on a…

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Dawn Davis Loring

Dawn Davis Loring

Dance writer and historian, teacher, and advocate. Book Dance Appreciation, published by Human Kinetics. Apple podcast - Today in Dance.

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