Ben Ingel, left, and Sarah Hayes Harkins watch themselves in the mirrors as choreographer Dwight Rhoden looks on. Charlotte Ballet’s Contemporary Fusion opens Thursday at Knight Theater.
Ben Ingel, left, and Sarah Hayes Harkins watch themselves in the mirrors as choreographer Dwight Rhoden looks on. Charlotte Ballet’s Contemporary Fusion opens Thursday at Knight Theater. Joshua Komer jkomer@charlotteobserver.com
Ben Ingel, left, and Sarah Hayes Harkins watch themselves in the mirrors as choreographer Dwight Rhoden looks on. Charlotte Ballet’s Contemporary Fusion opens Thursday at Knight Theater. Joshua Komer jkomer@charlotteobserver.com

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