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Twyla Moves

Season 35 Episode 3 | 1hr 22m 31s

Explore legendary choreographer Twyla Tharp’s career and famously rigorous creative process, with original interviews, first-hand glimpses of her at work and rare archival footage of select performances from her more than 160 choreographed works.

Aired: 03/25/21 | Expires: 03/31/23
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