Jane Jerardi: What is Dance?

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Dance is in large part a celebration of being human; perhaps a method for becoming more human. Dance is ordinary, sensuous, and shows us in all our beauty, something
visceral and real, moving. You know it when you see it: whether it’s on the street, on stage, or while singing in the shower. It’s sort of inevitable, and human.

Jane Jerardi is a dancer in DC.

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