Sally Gross (choreographer)  

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Sarah "Sally" Gross (née Freiberg; August 3, 1933 – July 20, 2015) was an American postmodernist dancer.

Sarah Freiberg was a Lower East Side-born American dancer, choreographer and teacher of dance from her beginnings in the avant-garde NYC art world in the 1950s until her death. Later known as Sally Gross, she was a notable participant of the avant-garde dance group called the Judson Dance Theater during the 1960s. Gross died in Sag Harbor, New York on July 20, 2015, aged 81, from ovarian cancer.



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