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Dance review: Bresciani, DiSanto-Rose capture essence of Duncan -- and spring

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Isadora Duncan enchanted audiences in the early 20th century. And thanks to artists like Jeanne Bresciani and her disciple Mary DiSanto-Rose, Duncan still enchants today. These two spirits are imbued with Duncan’s life-affirming, nature-inspired diversions of delight. As seen this past weekend at the Kaatsbaan International Dance Center in “Isadora in the Time of Spring,” these dancers along with a cadre of young, capable adherents, transfixed. Not only did they carry off Duncan’s original works ...


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