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Review: Uneven dancers mar imaginative "Immanence"

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Nicola Marae Allain’s “Immanence: Privileged Instants in Space-Time” was shrouded in mystery. So obscured was its core that it was hard to get a handle on this ritualistic dance. Based on Tahitian myth, the piece, as seen Saturday evening at the National Museum of Dance, was meant to transport its audience into the prehistoric void — before time and space existed. The idea was for the audience to suspend reality so Allain and her eight ...


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