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Dance review: ‘Radio and Juliet’ culls best of Shakespeare, Radiohead

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Anyone who dares to think Shakespeare is irrelevant or old hat should experience the ultra-modern distillation of one of his tragic tales by Ballet Mirabor. The Slovenian ensemble of seven presented its distillation of "Romeo and Juliet" on Thursday night at Proctors, and rather than entwining it with the familiar Prokofiev score, choreographer Edward Clug paired his ill-fated lovers with the sobering music of Radiohead. Renamed "Radio and Juliet," the production lured not just ballet ...

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