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Alex Soares in "Mortar, Sylphs Wrote" by Frame Dance Productions Photo by Lorie Garcia
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From Ballet Austin’s biennial choreographic competition, New American Talent/Dance, Dominic Walsh’s "The Whistling" Photo by Tony Spielberg
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Houston Ballet's Oliver Halkowich tried out being a choreographer earlier this summer. Photo by Zuzana Leckova/Art Institute of Houston North
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Danielle Rowe and Simon Ball of the Houston Ballet in "Rush," choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon Photo by Amitava Sarkar
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Joanna Kotze performing as part of the "Inside/Out" series at Jacob’s Pillow Photo by Christopher Duggan