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From "A Rugged Flourish" at the New York Theatre Ballet. Photo: Richard Termine

Summation Dance
Baryshnikov Arts Center; 3/8 and 3/9 at 7:30 p.m.; 450 W. 37th St., Ste. 501, nr. Tenth Ave.; 646-731-3200
Sumi Clements and Taryn Vander Hoop’s modern troupe dances in the world premiere of Clements’s Deep End.

New York Theatre Ballet
Florence Gould Hall; 3/9 and 3/10 at 7 p.m.; 55 E. 59th St., nr. Madison Ave., 212-355-6160
The local company dances in a varied program pairing new and classic works: premieres by Gemma Bond, Antonia Franceschi, and Richard Alston are up next to Cunningham’s Septet, Limón’s The Moor’s Pavane, and Waring’s An Eccentric Beauty Revisited.

Jodi Melnick
New York Live Arts; Through 3/10 at 7:30.; 219 W. 19th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-924-0077
The acclaimed dancer and choreographer performs in the world premiere of her Solo, Deluxe Version, plus One of Sixty Five Thousand Gestures, a solo made with Trisha Brown.

Stephen Petronio Company
Joyce Theater; Through 3/11, times vary; 175 Eighth Ave., at 19th St.; 212-242-0800
Petronio, an always insightful and intelligent modern choreographer, presents the world premiere of his The Architecture of Loss, with original music by Valgeir Sigurdsson, on a program with Ethersketch (starring New York City Ballet’s Wendy Whelan) and a revival of City of Twist.

Monica Bill Barnes
92nd Street Y; 3/10 at 8 p.m and 3/11 at 3 p.m; 1395 Lexington Ave., nr. 92nd St.; 212-415-5500
Barnes presents her Suddenly Summer Somewhere, a humorous piece set to Rat Pack tunes, integrating jokes and audience laughter with the dance performance.

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