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Fire Island Dance Festival 2013 Performers


•    Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, displaying an explosive confrontation of wits and prowess
      in Robert Battle’s “Strange Humors”

•     BODYTRAFFIC, performing “o2Joy,” an expression of sheer joy set to great American jazz
      music that is peppered with syncopated hip‐hop and drenched in light‐hearted humor

•    The Broadway Dance Lab, founded by Broadway choreographer Josh Prince, celebrating
      the repeal of the U.S. military's “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy in a music theatre piece set
      to “The Anvil Chorus”

•    Evidence, A Dance Company, honoring the life and memory of dancer Beth Young in a
      heartfelt, joyous excerpt from “Torch”

•     Robert Fairchild and Tiler Peck, principal dancers at New York City Ballet, presenting
      “A Place For Us,” a playfully romantic duet by internationally acclaimed choreographer
      Christopher Wheeldon

•     Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion, hailed by Out Magazine as the “best and brightest
      creative talent to emerge in New York City in the age of Obama,” premiering a fastpaced
      group piece set to “Beautiful Mechanical” by yMusic

•     Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, presenting the most famous male duet in the
      international dance world, “Concerto Six‐Twenty Two”

•     Pontus Lidberg, one of the great choreographic talents of Sweden, premiering a
      contemporary ballet piece featuring New York City Ballet principal dancer Adrian Danchig‐Waring

•     Jeremy McQueen, displaying his meticulous, kinetic choreography in a world premiere
      set to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ No. 1 single “Can’t Hold Us”

•     Paul Taylor Dance Company, depicting the 1960’s appetite for love and drugs in a solo
      from “A Field of Grass” performed by Robert Kleinendorst

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