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Modern Los Angeles Dancers

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Hae Kyung Lee, a dancer and choreographer will dance on September 8th, 2007 at the California Plaza in a performance of Modern Los Angeles Dances, which features other performers as well. Photographed at one of the fountains at California Plaza. (Rick Loomis / LAT)
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Choreographer/Dancer Bradley Michaud rehearses for his upcoming performance called Modern Los Angeles Dances at the Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, August 11, 2007. (Stefano Paltera / For The Times)
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-Choreographer/Dancer Bradley Michaud, left, rehearses with dancers Nicole Cox, center, and Jessica Harper, for his upcoming performance called Modern Los Angeles Dances at the Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, August 11, 2007 (Stefano Paltera / For The Times)
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Modern dance choreographer Linda Lack will be one of three who will showcase their talents at a show at the California Plaza on September 8. Lack utilizes costumes and masks in her dance pieces that weave artistic and political themes throughout the routines. She plays a demon in one of her pieces that is searing critique of war, in particular the disastrous civil war in Iraq. (Michael Robinson Chavez / LAT)
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Modern dance choreographer Linda Lack will be one of three who will showcase their talents at a show at the California Plaza on September 8. Lack utilizes costumes and masks in her dance pieces that weave artistic and political themes throughout the routines. She plays a demon in one of her pieces that is searing critique of war, in particular the disastrous civil war in Iraq. (Michael Robinson Chavez / LAT)
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Modern dance choreographer Linda Lack will be one of three who will showcase their talents at a show at the California Plaza on September 8. Lack utilizes costumes and masks in her dance pieces that weave artistic and political themes throughout the routines. (Michael Robinson Chavez / LAT)
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