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Sushi was a place where dance inspirations went beyond the norm

June 26, 2011

When I saw ?Homecoming,? a documentary by Charles Dennis about cutting-edge dancers who got their start at New York?s Performance Space (PS) 122, I felt as if I?d come home. I hadn?t been at PS122, but in the 1980s and 1990s, when artists in the film ? including Ronald K. Brown, Ann Carlson, Ishmael Houston-Jones, and Tim Miller ? were making waves in New York, I saw them here in San Diego. They were on the risky palette of dance and performance artists presented by Sushi.

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