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PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2008 1:04 pm 
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By Karen Campbell in the Boston Globe:
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A lusty show of aging and youth
In the introductory remarks for her concert "Salad Days," Harvard Dance Center's packed-house season opener Saturday night, choreographer Sara Hook referred to a time of being "fresh and green and perhaps full of indiscretion." ....

Interestingly, however, the most compelling work on the program was less about youth than the remembrance of youth and the indignities of aging, portrayed from the vantage point of someone well past her prime.

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By Marcia Siegel in the Boston Phoenix:
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Floor Show - Sara Hook at Harvard
Sara Hook explains the title of her cabaret piece Salad Days as a reference to youth and indiscretion. At Harvard Dance Center on Saturday night, quite a lot of the evening looked more like grown-up and decadent. ...
What really held the parts of the evening together for me was Hook’s take on female performers. As distinct characters or anonymous dancer-dancers, they all appeared flawed, flummoxed, but determined to scramble over any choreographic hurdle.

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