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vol. 21, no. 087, Sept. 13-20, 2007


ON THE COVER:
Connecticut-based Pilobolus Dance Theatre has been wowing audiences for more than 30 years with their striking blend of acrobatic movement, sculptural configurations, painterly costumes, and theatrical performance. Having established itself as a Santa Barbara favorite, the company returns to town this October, providing one of the many adventures in art this season has in store. Like the Pilobolus dancers pictured on the cover, the arts will be out in all their colorful glory this fall, so get out and let yourself be moved. Your guide to Fall Arts begins HERE.

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