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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane -- It’s a Dance Troupe 

Wednesday, Sep 7 2011
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Project Bandaloop, purveyor and innovator of aerial dancing, today kicks off its 20th season with a preview of its latest work, Bound(less). The dancers alight on the sides of buildings, sheer cliffs, tipped-over mattresses, and on each other’s bodies with unearthly movements. Crane your neck and get a load of these original dance works whose choreography takes only occasional interest in the earth beneath our feet. The wildly muscled dancers float and glide, perpetrating unthinkable acts of gravitational defiance. It is impossible not to smile --with significant incredulity -- at what these talented dancers can do while tethered to a harness and line at the top of a building. See it, believe it, and make plans to watch the full show.
Thu., Sept. 8, 12:30 p.m.; Fri., Sept. 9, 5 p.m., 2011

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