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Tobacco Road Dance Productions: In Concert

When: March 11-12, 7 p.m. 2016

FRIDAY, MARCH 11–SATURDAY, MARCH 12

TOBACCO ROAD DANCE PRODUCTIONS: IN CONCERT

When seasoned modern dance choreographers nurture the Triangle's up-and-coming dancemakers for seven months as they create new works, each party learns something, and so do their audiences. At the end of Tobacco Road Dance Productions' second season of mentorship and dance dramaturgy in Durham, its annual concert features CJ40 Productions' audience-participatory On Your Mark, a comical dance theater work. Jody Cassell premieres a solo. Silvia Sheffield unravels the art of knitting in String of Purls, and Gaby Soto-Lemus builds a psychodrama with Jenga blocks in Remarkable Thing. The concert also includes two new commissions by this year's panelists, Alyssa Noble's quartet about exhaustion and a dance film by Natalie Teichmann. —Byron Woods

PSI THEATRE, DURHAM 7 p.m., $13–$15, www.tobaccoroaddance.org

Price: $13-$15

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