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For artists, a creative retreat at the Concord Academy

For audiences, a provocative opportunity

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John Jasperse Company in 'Prone,' July 13 and 14 at Summer Stages Dance.
John Jasperse Company in 'Prone,' July 13 and 14 at Summer Stages Dance.
By Karen Campbell
Globe Correspondent / May 21, 2006

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For 10 years, Summer Stages Dance at Concord Academy has been a fertile dance oasis smack dab in the middle of Boston's dry summer season. The three-week festival brings together student dancers, choreographers, and renowned teacher/performers for a complete immersion in dance creation and performance. And for audiences, the Meet the Artist Performance Series offers some of the most provocative, ... (Full article: 580 words)

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