Douglas Dunn & Dancers at the BAM Fisher (slide show)

Check out these pictures of Douglas Dunn's elegant take on shame
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Veteran choreographer Douglas Dunn presents Aidos, his latest premiere, at the BAM Fisher. In the work, set to Bach, he explores the notion of shame. 

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