Meisha Bosma: What is Dance?

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Dance is an opportunity to express, to share desires and fears, to define yourself in any given moment. Dance brings diversity into one room together, and demands the opening of the mind and body to accept differences of all kinds. Dance is structure and freedom at once.

Meisha Bosma is the Artistic Director of BosmaDance, and on faculty at Fairfax Ballet, The Washington Ballet, and Joy of Motion.

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