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This exuberant plotless, neoclassical ballet is filled with unusual choreographic pictures — a man prone on the floor while a pas de deux is danced around him, a bouncing ensemble, and a woman being tossed across the stage to a group of men, are just a few. In discussing this piece, choreographer d'Amboise has said he wanted to explore structure in both movement and music. "I'm very interested in the extension of what a dancer's line creates," he continues. "For example, a dancer might do something that creates a certain perspective and if I can make it clear that the movement exists once the dancer is no longer there, then I can twist it around and it surprises you."
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