The body of a dancer is celebrated as physical perfection on stage. Long, muscular limbs, executing an almost super-human range of motion, help define this form of expression. But a Boston-based artist is winning raves for challenging that notion.
Lisa Bufano recently performed her first modern dance piece to a packed house in New York...and she has no legs below the knees. Here's WBUR's Arts and Culture reporter Andrea Shea with more on her story.
This program aired on February 6, 2007. The audio for this program is not available.