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Choreographer Trey McIntyre has created more than 80 works for companies ranging from New York City Ballet and Stuttgart Ballet to Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. 'Choreographing is how I figure the world out,' he says. Choreographer Trey McIntyre has created more than 80 works for companies ranging from New York City Ballet and Stuttgart Ballet to Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. "Choreographing is how I figure the world out," he says. (Eric Ogden)
By Karen Campbell
Globe Correspondent / September 13, 2009

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Playing it safe is not in choreographer Trey McIntyre’s nature. “If ideas are not inspiring me to go to some place unfamiliar and a little scary, they’re not worth my time,’’ he says. “It’s about the process, that terrifying level of exploration. It’s terrible and cathartic and ecstatic and wonderful every single time.’’ (Full article: 731 words)

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