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For more than an hour, "Borderline" hypnotized its audience, transporting them upon the contours of the mysterious, unspoken story beneath its choreography.As "Borderline" commences, the female dancers – Maya Nasr, Joanna Aoun and Cindy Germany – gaze straight ahead, expressionless, without blinking.On cue, the male dancers – Chadi Aoun and Kim Baraka – awaken from their sleep-like inertia, climb down from their columns, remove their skirts and start scrutinizing the forms of the three female figures now still atop their plinths.Symbols of conformity, these columns provided a sort of formal counterpoint to each dancer's individuality.The movement is strenuous and demanding upon the dancers, whose exertions are evident to the audience.Each spectator who experienced "Borderline" might have her personal interpretation of the show.Nada Kano's "Borderline" is running at Monnot Theatre until May 11 .
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