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Check out Karole Armitage's On the Nature of Things

Karole Armitage and her dancers take over the American Museum of Natural History

By Gia Kourlas
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The Milstein Hall of Ocean Life is transformed by choreographer Karole Armitage in her extravagant premiere, On the Nature of Things, which explores climate change with the help of Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich, a professor of biology and population studies at Stanford University. 

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