Maida Withers: What is Dance?

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Perhaps we should ask what is NOT dance? If you think you are dancing, you are! If you think someone else is dance, they are!

Alwin Nikolais said dancing was what happened between here and there, between the time you start and the time you stop.

Maida Withers, choreographer, dancer, teacher, celebrates four decades of dancing in Washington, DC with the world premiere of Thresholds Crossed by The Dance Construction Company in April 2006.

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