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One day, about seven years ago, the theater agent Menno Plukker was walking with an associate on Saint Catherine Street in Montreal, near the Place des Arts. Suddenly, he noticed a poster announcing that Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company was to appear that evening in a work called “Bertolina,” by a choreographer whose name he didn’t know: Sharon Eyal. Plukker, who represents cutting-edge artists such as...