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The power of dance to transform audiences from who they were the moment the house lights went dark to the people they become during the hour-and-a-half of consummate, beautiful storytelling has, perhaps, never been so dramatically felt. Mills’ choreography for Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project is evocative and soulful, at times joyous and exhilarating, while in the very next phrase heartbreaking and demoralizing. In other words, he somehow captures the range of human emotion, setting it on a cadre of dancers who become his life-altering instruments.

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