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The Most Influential People in Dance Today: Justin Peck

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Since creating his first work for New York City Ballet in 2012, 29-year-old Justin Peck has catapulted into a dancemaking career that spans ballet and contemporary companies across the world. His spellbinding formations, unusual partnering and impossibly fast petit allégro—along with his hipster-cool collaborations with trendsetters like alt-rocker Sufjan Stevens and fashion label Opening Ceremony—give ballet a bolt of fresh, Millennial energy. Next year, he'll add Broadway to his resumé, taking a turn at reinventing Agnes de Mille's classic scenes in Carousel.

Read the rest of Dance Magazine's list of the most influential people in dance today.

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I caught a bug that's going around and have a runny nose, cough, sore throat and no energy. Is this a cold or the flu? I want to dance but wonder if performing is a smart idea. Any advice?

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