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PETER STATHAS DANCE at Danspace Project (June 20-22, 8 p.m.). The choreographer offers “Leaving and Coming Back,” a collection of works that Stathas, a former member of the José Limón Dance Company and Marta Renzi and Dancers, created dating from 1985. In that year, he left dance to pursue a career in physical therapy; in 2016, he returned to choreography. This showcase features several works, including “Saturday Mornings,” a personal piece from 2016 exploring the relationship between Stathas and his grandfather, a welterweight champion boxer. Also on the program are “Five Studies for a Waiter and a Business Woman” (1985), “Assuage” (2018) and the premiere of “Conundrum.” 866-811-4111, danspaceproject.orgGO TO STORE
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As offensive as leftists found Trump’s policies, his style was arguably better suited to the age. Unconcerned with authenticity, he ran his campaign from an infinite present, declaring himself a really rich guy, who was also somehow a regular guy, who was also somehow a powerful guy, who was also somehow a foe to the elites. Like Twitter, his campaign was nimble and stupid — rejecting coherence in favor of noise. His frequent and flagrant transgressions of truth seemed sort of like a joke you could be in on. Williams and Oks were depressed that he won, but they had to admit that his new type of lie seemed somehow more compelling than Clinton’s endless marketing exercise.