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Balanchine's Square Dance offered an intriguing blend of Jermel Johnson's physicality and Amy Aldridge's élan. In After the Rain, Arvo Part's music proved a perfect accompaniment for Wheeldon's sassy, flirtatious choreography.
Tharp's equally sassy and flirtatious Push Comes to Shove completed a very well assembled program. Tharp's music choice was Joseph Lamb, mixed with Josef Haydn— a quirky yet very successful accompaniment to Tharp's equally quirky choreography, with its jaunty moves, cocked heads and sassy gestures. The audience departed doing a bit of Dancing in the Rain down Broad Street.
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