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AXIS troupe turns disabilities into more expansive dance form

Sebastian Grubb and Joel Brown perform the piece "The Narrowing" with the AXIS Dance Company. (Michele Kumi Bear)
Sebastian Grubb and Joel Brown perform the piece "The Narrowing" with the AXIS Dance Company. (Michele Kumi Bear)
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When the AXIS Dance Company takes the stage at Proctors, artistic director Judith Smith guarantees that the movement will be unlike any you’ve seen before. Even in the world of contemporary dance. “We have dancers who are with and without physical disabilities, so they will see a much different kind of movement and a much more expansive kind of movement. When you combine people that move really differently, there are more options for partnering and ...


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