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Assemblage
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directed by Richard O. Moore, 1920-2015; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; produced by KQED-TV; performed by Chase Robinson, fl. 1968, Mel Wong, 1939-2003, Jeff Slayton, fl. 1968, Susana Hayman-Chaffey, fl. 1976, Meg Harper, fl. 1976, Valda Setterfield, 1934-, Sandra Neels, Carolyn Brown and Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, in Assemblage (New York, NY: Merce Cunningham Trust, 1968), 58 mins
Assemblage is a recently rediscovered film produced for broadcast by San Francisco's public television station KQED in November 1968. Created in collaboration with director and former dancer Richard Moore, the film features Cunningham dancing with early dance company members in a public "happening" in San Francisc...
directed by Richard O. Moore, 1920-2015; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; produced by KQED-TV; performed by Chase Robinson, fl. 1968, Mel Wong, 1939-2003, Jeff Slayton, fl. 1968, Susana Hayman-Chaffey, fl. 1976, Meg Harper, fl. 1976, Valda Setterfield, 1934-, Sandra Neels, Carolyn Brown and Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, in Assemblage (New York, NY: Merce Cunningham Trust, 1968), 58 mins
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The Beloved
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directed by James Truitte, 1923-1995; conducted by David LaMarche, fl. 1999; choreographed by Lester Horton, 1906-1953; designed by Zelda Wynn, 1905-2001; produced by Thomas Winther, fl. 1993; performed by Cassandra Phifer, fl. 1994 and Hugues Magen, fl. 1989, Dance Theatre of Harlem (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 11 mins
The 'Dance Theatre of Harlem’s' birthplace was in a disused garage in Harlem, a black district of New York. Arthur Mitchell, the founder who still acts as its artistic director, set up the ballet school with the aim of giving black dancers the opportunity of sound training, as their skin color meant that they of...
directed by James Truitte, 1923-1995; conducted by David LaMarche, fl. 1999; choreographed by Lester Horton, 1906-1953; designed by Zelda Wynn, 1905-2001; produced by Thomas Winther, fl. 1993; performed by Cassandra Phifer, fl. 1994 and Hugues Magen, fl. 1989, Dance Theatre of Harlem (ArtHaus Musik, 1989), 11 mins
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Camera Three: A Video Event
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directed by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; designed by Jim Ryan, fl. 1974, Ralph Holmes, fl. 1977; produced by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; performed by Merce Cunningham Dance Company (Merce Cunningham Trust, 1974), 59 mins
Two half-hour programs featuring Cunningham and his Company. A marriage of choreography and video techniques occurs in this two-part program on Merce Cunningham and his dance company. Cunningham makes use of multiple screen images. An "video event" the program is comprised of excerpts from: "Winterbranch", "Second...
directed by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; designed by Jim Ryan, fl. 1974, Ralph Holmes, fl. 1977; produced by Merrill Brockway, 1923-2013; performed by Merce Cunningham Dance Company (Merce Cunningham Trust, 1974), 59 mins
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Changing Steps
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directed by Elliot Caplan, fl. 1984-2013; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; designed by Elliot Caplan, fl. 1984-2013, Mark Lancaster and Suzanne Gallo; produced by Elliot Caplan, fl. 1984-2013; performed by Merce Cunningham Dance Company (Merce Cunningham Trust, 1989), 36 mins
Video collage of different recordings of "Changing Steps" taped at the Merce Cunningham Studio at Westbeth, New York, April 1974; Bühen der Stadt in Bielefeld, Stadthalle in Neuss and Forum in Leverkusen, West Germany, June 1988; and Sundance Institute, Provo UT, and Sunrise Studios, Orem UT, October 1988. Merce...
directed by Elliot Caplan, fl. 1984-2013; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; designed by Elliot Caplan, fl. 1984-2013, Mark Lancaster and Suzanne Gallo; produced by Elliot Caplan, fl. 1984-2013; performed by Merce Cunningham Dance Company (Merce Cunningham Trust, 1989), 36 mins
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Choreography and Dance Studies Series, José Limón: The Artist Re-viewed
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edited by June Dunbar, 1927-2011, Robert P. Cohan, fl. 1997 and Muriel Topaz, 1932-2003, in Choreography and Dance Studies Series (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2009, originally published 2000), 171 page(s)
Jose Limon is universally recognized as one of the most important modern dancers of the 20th century. His technique is still taught at major colleges and dance schools; his dance company continues to revive his works, plus presents new works. His most famous work, The Moor's Pavanne, has been presented around the...
edited by June Dunbar, 1927-2011, Robert P. Cohan, fl. 1997 and Muriel Topaz, 1932-2003, in Choreography and Dance Studies Series (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2009, originally published 2000), 171 page(s)
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Crises
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directed by Helen Priest Rogers, fl. 1940; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; produced by American Dance Festival; performed by Marilyn Wood, fl. 1961, Viola Farber, 1931-1998, Judith Dunn, 1933-1983, Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009 and Carolyn Brown, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, in Crises (1961) (New York, NY: Merce Cunningham Trust, 1961), 23 mins
First performed at the 13th American Dance Festival in the summer of 1960, Crises was described by Cunningham as "an adventure in togetherness." Choreographed for four women and one man, the dance focused on physical contact between the dancers. The physical entanglements came both through holding each other and b...
directed by Helen Priest Rogers, fl. 1940; choreographed by Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009; produced by American Dance Festival; performed by Marilyn Wood, fl. 1961, Viola Farber, 1931-1998, Judith Dunn, 1933-1983, Merce Cunningham, 1919-2009 and Carolyn Brown, Merce Cunningham Dance Company, in Crises (1961) (New York, NY: Merce Cunningham Trust, 1961), 23 mins
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Critical Voices in Art, Theory and Culture, Footnotes: Six Choreographers Inscribe the Page
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written by Elena Alexander, 1944-, in Critical Voices in Art, Theory and Culture (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2012, originally published 1998), 193 page(s)
This book, part of the Critical Voices in Art, Theory and Culture series, is a collection of essays by six choreographers, with commentaries by poet Elena Alexander.
written by Elena Alexander, 1944-, in Critical Voices in Art, Theory and Culture (New York, NY: Routledge (Publisher), 2012, originally published 1998), 193 page(s)
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Dance On with Billie Mahoney, Alwin Nikolais
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produced by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; interview by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; performed by Alwin Nikolais, 1910-1993 and Billie Mahoney, 1927-, in Dance On with Billie Mahoney (Kansas City, MO: Dance On Video, 1982), 28 mins
Billie Mahoney interviews Alwin Nikolais, who was her first dance teacher at Colorado College. They discuss his beginnings as a professional musician and accompanist for dance, his interest in percussion music which subsequently led him to study dance, the influence of Mary Wigman and Hanya Holm, study at Benningt...
produced by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; interview by Billie Mahoney, 1927-; performed by Alwin Nikolais, 1910-1993 and Billie Mahoney, 1927-, in Dance On with Billie Mahoney (Kansas City, MO: Dance On Video, 1982), 28 mins
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de l'eau
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Li Chiao-Ping and Tim Glenn, fl. 1987 (Art Works Video, 1996), 11 mins
Two video/dance collaborations by Douglas Rosenberg and choreographer Li Chiao-Ping. EPIC (THE LAND WITHIN) uses text, landscape imagery and performance by members of the Dziga Vertov Performance Group to present an expressionistic dance possible only for the camera. De L'Eau, choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping for he...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Li Chiao-Ping; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Li Chiao-Ping and Tim Glenn, fl. 1987 (Art Works Video, 1996), 11 mins
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Dead Dreams of Monochrome Men
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directed by David Hinton, 1950-; choreographed by Lloyd Newson; performed by Lloyd Newson, Nigel Charnock, 1960-2012, Russell Maliphant, 1961- and Douglas Wright, 1956-, DV8 Physical Theatre (ArtHaus Musik, 1996), 50 mins
Strange Fish As in all DV8's work, the performers in Strange Fish take astounding and humbling physical risks, and are audacious in fashioning metaphors of extreme emotion. The work concerns the nature of our quest for someone to love and something, or someone, to believe in. The tyranny of couples and groups, the...
directed by David Hinton, 1950-; choreographed by Lloyd Newson; performed by Lloyd Newson, Nigel Charnock, 1960-2012, Russell Maliphant, 1961- and Douglas Wright, 1956-, DV8 Physical Theatre (ArtHaus Musik, 1996), 50 mins
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