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Dorothy Hershkowitz; infused dances with emotion

Choreographer Dorothy Hershkowitz also taught dance at a studio in Newton. Choreographer Dorothy Hershkowitz also taught dance at a studio in Newton. (file/boston globe 1997)
By Tom Long
Globe Correspondent / April 10, 2007

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Dorothy Hershkowitz, a dancer-choreographer who created what she once called "dances for people who aren't dancers," died of ovarian cancer Friday in her home in Newton. She was 62. (Full article: 528 words)

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