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Dance Faculty Member Toni Pierce-Sands's Company Performs at O'Shaughnessy Theater

TU Dance, a company founded by faculty member Toni Pierce-Sands and her partner Uri Sands, performed their latest work at the O'Shaughnessy at St. Catherine University in St. Paul. For more information about this performance, check out Caroline Palmer's piece A sublime performance from TU Dance.


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