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A choreographer challenges dancers, tastes, and himself

Choreographer Stephen Petronio (top) and his dance troupe come to the Institute of Contemporary Art tonight and tomorrow. Choreographer Stephen Petronio (top) and his dance troupe come to the Institute of Contemporary Art tonight and tomorrow. (ANDREA MOHIN/THE NEW YORK TIMES (top); sarah silver)
By Valerie Gladstone
Globe Correspondent / January 12, 2007

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NEW YORK -- "This is the first time in my life that I have more than enough to do," says choreographer Stephen Petronio on a break from a recent rehearsal in SoHo. "The company is touring widely. I have commissions everywhere, my board is expanding, and I'm making piece after piece after piece. It's fantastic." (Full article: 1006 words)

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