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ALMA. In Hungarian its a young girl's name. In Central Asia, its the name for apples. Youth. Innocence. Wisdom. Knowledge. Forbidden fruit. In the hands of choreographer Rachel Erdos, whose heritage is Hungarian and whose art is a mix of her English and Israeli life, ALMA is an exquisite, mysterious dance for the stage.

Here its transformed in the ancient Old City of Shanghai and its gardens by Kathryn Sydell Pilkington, Jason Garcia Ignacio and film maker Francisco Campos-Lopez.

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