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Kenny Wormald brings his moves to Brockton

Robert E. Klein for The Boston Globe

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Stoughton native Kenny Wormald, who’s toured with Justin Timberlake and starred in the 2011 reboot of “Footloose,” taught a master class (above) at the Gold School in Brockton on Sunday afternoon. The event benefited the local dance and mentoring program Project Moves. Wormald had been back in New England shooting the movie “God Only Knows” with actor Ben Barnes. Young dancers who came out to learn from Wormald included Alex Storch, 15, of Quincy and Carson Moreira, 16, of Fall River.

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