Check out these shots of the Stephen Petronio Company

Stephen Petronio celebrates his 30th-anniversary season at the Joyce Theater
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Photograph: Elyssa GoodmanSilver Clouds by Andy Warhol, Choreography by Merce Cunningham
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Photograph: Elyssa GoodmanSilver Clouds by Andy Warhol, Choreography by Merce Cunningham
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By Gia Kourlas |
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Stephen Petronio unveils Bloodlines, a five-year project showcasing works by American postmodern choreographers. This year, he presents his group in Merce Cunningham's RainForest (1968), along with his own two-part Locomotor Non Locomotor.

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