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D&E assistant professor debuts dance work at Kennedy Center

September 24, 2013

Davis & Elkins College Assistant Professor of Dance Emily Oleson directed one of two works selected by The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' 13th Annual Local Dance Commissioning Project. The world premiere performance of Oleson's "The Meaning of Buck Dance," choreographed by Baakari Wilder and performed by Urban Artistry with Good Foot Dance Company was presented Sept. 19-20 on the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage and streamed live online and archived for future viewing on the Kennedy Center's website.



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