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October 7, 2011 at 3:38 PM

Last-minute changes to Pilobolus program

Arts writer Michael Upchurch writes:

There was real backstage drama at Meany Hall on Thursday when Renée Jaworski, a dancer with Pilobolus, injured herself in rehearsal just before curtain time. Result: a major reshuffling of the program, with three unscheduled dances, “Rushes,” “Duet” and “Pseudopodia,” being performed. On Friday and Saturday, “Rushes” and “Duet” (the latter a gorgeous twining study of interdependent coupledom, exquisitely performed by Eriko Jimbo and Jordan Kriston) will remain on the program. “All Is Not Lost,” Pilobolus’ collaboration with the rock group OK Go, originally scheduled for Thursday but canceled, is back in play for Friday-Saturday. “Day Two” and “The Transformation” round out the bill. For a review, click here.

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