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In good company

By Bess Hochstein
Globe Correspondent / February 19, 2004

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Late in the summer of 2001, three young Boston-based choreographers flew to New York with hopes of making a dream come true. Earlier that summer, they had applied for a grant from the Johnnie Walker Keep Walking Fund. Their proposal, seeking funding for a choreographers' collaborative, landed them among 12 finalists competing for grants of up to $100,000. (Full Article: 1566 Words)

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