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Serendipity and a thirst for the new

Barton's creative process leaves room for tinkering

(Vladimir Fedorenko)
By Elaine Stuart
Globe Correspondent / November 4, 2011

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At 36, Aszure Barton is one of the world’s most promising contemporary dance-makers. She has created works on American Ballet Theatre, Nederlands Dans Theater, the Martha Graham Dance Company, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, among many others; has choreographed for Broadway and film; and directs her own New York-based troupe. Tonight and tomorrow, at the Tsai Performance Center, Aszure Barton and Artists will make their Boston debut, and Barton will be one of the dancers.

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ASZURE BARTON AND ARTISTS Presented by Celebrity Series of Boston

At: Tsai Performance Center, today 7:30 p.m., tomorrow 8 p.m. Tickets: $50-$60. 617-482-6661, www.celebrity series.org