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Dancer Bill T. Jones

Dancer and choreographer Bill T. Jones. For years, Jones collaborated and performed with his partner Arnie Zane. After Zane's death from AIDS in 1988, Jones has continued to dance with the company he and Zane formed. The company is based on a philosophy that disdains the formal training of ballet and draws on athleticism, discovery, and the beauty of the movements of "everyday people."

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Other segments from the episode on October 29, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 29, 1990: Interview with Bill T. Jones; Review of Ralph Moore's album "Furthermore"; Interview with Diedre Murray; Commentary on infomercials.

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