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Black, white, and contemporary all over

Boston Ballet prepares for the US premiere of a striking program by Czech choreographer Jirí Kylián

Megan Gray (center) and other Boston Ballet dancers rehearse one of the pieces in Kylián's ''Black and White'' program. Megan Gray (center) and other Boston Ballet dancers rehearse one of the pieces in Kylián's ''Black and White'' program. (Photo by David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / February 6, 2009

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A few weeks ago, four dancers in a Boston Ballet rehearsal studio were finding their way through the elegantly fractured landscape of "No More Play," a contemporary ballet for two women and three men by the famed Czech choreographer Jiri Kylian. Five is an odd number, but asymmetry is the point, and even though one of the men was out ... (Full article: 1061 words)

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