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Benefit for Paufve Dance 

When: Sat., May 9, 5:30 p.m. 2009
Price: $50-$100

Oakland choreographer Randee Paufve started dancing as an anthropology major in college, and wound up studying a range of international styles, all with a modern dance foundation. She garnered critical acclaim three years ago for "The Big Squeeze," a project that required audience members to migrate from room to room at Shawl-Anderson Dance Center (2704 Alcatraz Ave., Berkeley) and watch seven short pieces that all dealt with concepts of home and relationships. (It worked well because Shawl-Anderson is housed in an old Berkeley Victorian, and it really has the feel of a home.) This Saturday, May 9, Shawl-Anderson will host a benefit for Paufve's eponymous dance company, with music by Katie Faulkner, spoken word by Mantra Plonsey, a silent auction, wine, hors d'oeuvres, and performances of original choreography. 5:30 p.m., $50-$100. For tickets or to RSVP: 510-654-5921

— Rachel Swan


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