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Arts & Culture

Do The Pandemic Hustle!

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The world of professional dance is competitive, ruthless and often reserved for a select few talented individuals. 

But since the start of pandemic, many dancers and dance professionals are stuck at home turning to social media as a creative outlet. And this hour, we dance!

Are you spending any time dancing at home? Are you or someone in your family addicted to the latest TikTok Dance Challenge? We want to hear from you.

GUESTS:

  • Brian Syms Jr. - dancer with the New England Ballet Theatre
  • Margaret Fuhrer - dance writer and editor, editor-in-chief of the Dance Edit Newsletter and Podcast
  • Indira Goodwine - Program Director for Dance for the New England Foundation for the Arts 

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