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Sebastian Abarbanell remembers being asked as an undergrad at Trinity Laban in London to perform wearing only a dance belt. The difference? When I said no in college, I wasn't in my skin yet. Getting in your skin—and getting comfortable wearing only your skin onstage—requires a particular alchemy of vulnerability, agency, preparation and practice. Scott Shaw via madbootsdance.
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