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December 2, 1988 | CHRIS PASLES, Times Staff Writer
When the Batsheva Dance Company of Israel appears this weekend at Royce Hall, UCLA, for two of the company members, the performances will be a homecoming. Shula Botney, 28, grew up in Van Nuys. Gad (Gary) Feingold, 31, lived in Los Angeles from 7 to 17. Neither of them had planned on becoming modern dancers. Botney dreamed of tutus and tiaras as a child at the Eugene Loring school in Los Angeles. Feingold began his dance career by studying ballet in his second year at UC Santa Cruz.
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December 2, 1988 | CHRIS PASLES, Times Staff Writer
When the Batsheva Dance Company of Israel appears this weekend at Royce Hall, UCLA, for two of the company members, the performances will be a homecoming. Shula Botney, 28, grew up in Van Nuys. Gad (Gary) Feingold, 31, lived in Los Angeles from 7 to 17. Neither of them had planned on becoming modern dancers. Botney dreamed of tutus and tiaras as a child at the Eugene Loring school in Los Angeles. Feingold began his dance career by studying ballet in his second year at UC Santa Cruz.
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