DUKE UNIVERSITY’S REYNOLDS THEATER–Every year, the American Dance Festival’s International Choreographers Commissioning Project gives three promising foreign choreographers six weeks to create a new work with pre-professional student dancers. Most years, they generate some of the strongest work of the festival: Tatiana Baganova’s notable Wings at Tea stole the season in the 2001 ICCP. Tonight (through Wednesday), we’ll see what Butoh disciple Takuya Muramatsu and Argentinian Luis Garay have come up with–and the newest work from Baganova as well. Call 684-4444 for tickets. —Byron Woods