This morning, Jacqulyn Buglisi's Table of Silence Project returned to the Lincoln Center plaza for the third year. The public ritual for peace, performed in remembrance of 9/11, draws inspiration from Rossella Vasta's installation of 100 terracotta plates. It concluded at 8:46AM with a minute of silence, marking the moment of impact on the North Tower. In addition to members of Buglisi Dance Theatre, many of the 100-dancer cast are affiliated with the city's top schools and conservatories.

View the piece, which was broadcast live on YouTube, below.

 

 

 

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Easily one of the biggest food trends of 2019, plant-based meat products have grown even more mainstream in 2020. Alternative burger patties are stocked in the freezer cases of most grocery stores, and fast-food chains from Burger King to White Castle have added meatless meat to their menus.

It's obviously trendy, but is it healthy for dancers?

Dance Magazine looked beyond the hype and into the health implications of adding popular products like Beyond Burger and Impossible Burger to your diet.

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