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December 24, 1989 | LEWIS SEGAL
Using ballet as his launching pad, this restlessly adventurous artist (now 41) redefined dance-star versatility in the '80s through his involvement in movies, television and, finally, the legitimate (non-dance) stage--and by testing himself against more movement idioms than seemed possible or even wise. From Martha Graham modernism in the theater to the finale of "A Chorus Line" on TV, and from the Red-baiting melodrama of the "White Nights" movie hit to the periodic reminders that this was the greatest Albrecht of our lives, Baryshnikov triumphed.
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