Recent Event Highlights: "Stetching and Yawning" Choreography by Caitlin Cannon and Max Isaacson, Tickets, Taps, and Tails- Caitlin/Max Choreography, and 4 more...
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Caitlin Cannon and Max Isaacson's piece "Stretching and Yawning" for RAFA's Award Ceremony. Dancers Caitlin Cannon, Abby Duhon, and Max Isaacson.
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Tickets, Taps, and Tails was a piece choreographed by Caitlin Cannon and Max Isaacson for RAFA's Choreography Exhibition in 2007. Dancers are Caitlin Cannon, Abby Duhon, and Max Isaacson. The song is "There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway" from the recent movie version of The Producers.
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