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There are 4 comments on Legendary Dancer, Choreographer, and Director Bill T. Jones to Speak at BU on March 2

  1. Any chance events like these could be highlighted in BU Today a few days – or even a week – ahead? It’s often the day of, and too late to make plans to attend.

    1. The BU Arts Initiative promotes all campus arts events in advance. If you are on social media you can follow the BU Arts Initiative (FB, Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin) or you are welcome to sign up for our weekly email that includes events up to 10 days in advance – you can do that here – https://tinyurl.com/yk44xe67.
      Ty Furman
      Managing Director, BU Arts Initiative

  2. I had the pleasure of attending this event and was magically surprised by the tremendous movement introduction presented by Assistant Professor of Movement Yo-EL Cassell along with students from the School of Theatre and the School of Music. Professor Cassell’s presentation was stellar, moving and inspirational—a beautiful tribute to the work and spirit of Mr. Jones. How come Mr. Cassell’s name wasn’t announced in advertisements via the BU Arts initiative promotional materials? I believe he is very much underrated by BU in general. They are lucky to have him.

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