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DANCE | Dances at MuCCC 

Festival season is well under way, and this week marks the start of the fifth iteration of Dances at MuCCC. This year's festival celebration of movement features an expanded lineup of nearly 30 choreographers and performance groups presenting 10 performances. Local artists BIODANCE, Hanlon Dance & Company, and School of the Arts students and alumni will be showcased, as well as visiting artists such as Norma Araiza and Coman Poon from Toronto and NYC-based Leigh Ann Kabatra. Among the intriguing performances. Highlighting various mediums within dance, the festival will also host intriguing performances like June 17's "Destiny," multimedia work from Kathy Clem and Martha Schermerhorn that features choreographer Laurie MacFarlane and live music from composer Karsten Brooks.

Dances at MuCCC runs from Wednesday, June 13, through Saturday, June 23, at MuCCC, 142 Atlantic Avenue. All performances at 8 p.m., except June 17 at 2 p.m. No show on June 18. $8-$10. muccc.org.

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