by Georgina Gregory
(Preston Lancashire UK)
I am currently researching the relationship between popular music and dance and want to discover the roots of more masculine dance styles for men. So far I keep seeing references to Ted Shawn and his Men Dancers but are there other choreographers and theorists who have devoted their time to developing a specifically masculine style of dance? I am also trying to establish how and where street styles began to overlap with modern and contemporary dance. I would appreciate your answers.
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