Fall For Dance: Elizabeth Streb and Ronald K. Brown [slide show]

Fall for Dance opens at Central Park's Delacorte Theater

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  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

  • Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

    Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

Photograph: Elyssa Goodman

Fall for Dance rehearsals with Streb and Ronald K. Brown

For its 2013 opening, Fall for Dance hosted two performances at the Delacorte Theater. Here, we capture the choreography of Elizabeth Streb and Ronald K. Brown.

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