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Bill T. Jones's Lincoln tribute is well-timed

'Serenade/The Proposition' "Serenade/The Proposition" will be performed at the ICA.
By Karen Campbell
Globe Correspondent / September 7, 2008

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When choreographer Bill T. Jones was growing up in the South, a self-described "child of potato pickers" in a family of 14, there was a picture in his house that he says was considered "sacred." Painted on black velvet were four key historical figures: John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Abraham Lincoln, one of young Bill's childhood ... (Full article: 592 words)

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