Dance,Tania, Dance 

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Tania Isaac Dance is a one-woman powerhouse of dance fusion. She is a former member of Urban Bush Women and her pieces sensually combine the styles of modern and Caribbean dance. Rare is the performer who can single-handedly enliven the stage and keep the audience entertained, but Isaac's explosive presence, combining social commentary and personal experience, manages both beautifully. Isaac performs "Standpipe," her most recent evening-length work, at the Grace Street Theater Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12-13, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $5-$20. 828-2020. S



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