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May 3, 2001
There’s nothing like precision tap-dancing to turn a New York audience into a lab full of case studies for Dr. Pavlov. Throw us a big bunch of twinkly youngsters doing the same noisy step at the same moment, and we’re beating our flippers together like the seals at feeding time. It’s a conditioned reflex as old as the first chorus line.
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