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Choreographer Caitlin Corbett approaches an anniversary in lyrical style

By Thea Singer
Globe Correspondent / December 3, 2004

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Choreographer Caitlin Corbett has made fleets of cars dance and has flailed around stage in a bra made of bunny fur. She has set her cryptic, idiosyncratic steps to everything from children's jokes (''What do you call Batman and Robin when they get run over by a steam shovel?" ''Flatman and Ribbon!") to Michael Nyman's intense String Quartet No. 2. (Full article: 976 words)

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