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Sandra Stone

Modern Technique (Taylor)

Sandra Stone danced with the Paul Taylor Dance Company from 1982-1995. During that time, Mr. Taylor created many featured roles for her, including The Party Girl in his Emmy award-winning Speaking in Tongues and the "I Can Dream Can't I?" solo from Company B.

Ms. Stone also collaborated with Mr. Taylor in making his hit Funny Papers. She guided Taylor 2 as an artistc director and has staged several of Mr. Taylor's works on Ballet companies internationally. Sandra received the Nora Kaye award for choreograph and continues to make dances for dance companies and off broadway productions. Prior to working with Mr. Taylor she danced with the Martha Graham Ensemble, with Pearl Lang and David Parsons.

A graduate of The Walnut Hill School and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, she is a former faculty memeber of The Boston Conservatory and is on the faculty of the Paul Taylor School in New York City. Sandy lives on Martha's Vineyard with her husband and two children and is an Associate Artistic Director at The Yard, a choreographer's retreat on the Vineyard.

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