Mar 24-25: The New Jersey Performing Arts Center will host “Jersey Moves!”—a festival of dance featuring companies and choreographers from across the state.
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Mar 24-25: The New Jersey Performing Arts Center will host “Jersey Moves!”—a festival of dance featuring companies and choreographers from across the state. The weekend event promises a diverse lineup, including the American Repertory Ballet, Freespace Dance, Ramya Ramnarayan and the New Jersey Tap Ensemble. Sat, 7:30 pm; Sun, 3 pm; $26-$28. 1 Center St, Newark (888-466-5722; njpac.org).
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