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It’s time to act!

IN its most basic form, dance can be described as the movement of the body in a rhythmic way, to express a moment of delight, an idea or emotion, or to release energy. People from all cultures express themselves through this powerful impulse and for all kinds of reasons – to celebrate; to mourn; to heal; and to tell stories. Dance as an art form channels that impulse through highly trained and skilful performers to an audience who might have no desire to dance themselves but do desire the emotional connection it can afford.

While specialist training can foster dancers with remarkable technical facility, if their performance is devoid

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