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Get to know Joshua Bergasse, the choreographer behind Broadway's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and our April cover star!
"I'm comfortable being lost."

In the latest episode of "Choreography in Focus," Wendy Perron chats with choreographer Doug Elkins about the myriad influences that have impacted his work, from hip hop to postmodernism to martial arts.
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Going Too Far
What's not okay to ask a dancer to do
 
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