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Aeros
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choreographed by Robbie Barnett, fl. 1971, Alison Chase, 1946-, Michael Tracy, 1952- and Jonathan Wolken, 1949-2010; produced by William Hannah, 1910-2001 and Bobby Dobbs, fl. 1985; performed by Alison Chase, 1946- and Michael Tracy, 1952-, Pilobolus (American Dance Festival, 1997), 22 mins
This documentary, produced by University of North Carolina Public Television, offers an insightful look at the work of these modern dance originals. Since their earliest days, Pilobolus has been astounding and confounding audiences around the world with their particular brand of modern dance. The documentary featu...
choreographed by Robbie Barnett, fl. 1971, Alison Chase, 1946-, Michael Tracy, 1952- and Jonathan Wolken, 1949-2010; produced by William Hannah, 1910-2001 and Bobby Dobbs, fl. 1985; performed by Alison Chase, 1946- and Michael Tracy, 1952-, Pilobolus (American Dance Festival, 1997), 22 mins
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Anna Sokolow: Speaking of Dance
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Anna Sokolow, 1910-2000 and Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 (American Dance Festival, 1992), 46 mins
1991 Scripps/ ADF Award winner Anna Sokolow talks with ADF Co-Director Charles Reinhart about her life, her work with Louis Horst, Martha Graham, and her personal vision; also includes Ms. Sokolow teaching a master class at the American Dance Festival.
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Anna Sokolow, 1910-2000 and Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 (American Dance Festival, 1992), 46 mins
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Erick Hawkins - Poet of the Modern: Speaking of Dance
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Erick Hawkins, 1909-1994; produced by Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968, Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002 and Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011 (American Dance Festival, 1995), 58 mins
After 54 years in dance, Erick Hawkins is an acknowledged master of modern dance. Alan Kriegsman of the Washington Post has called him “one of the genuinely great pioneers of American dance.” In this piece, Mr. Hawkins at the age of 83 speaks of his career, his life, and his collaborations with the composer Lu...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Erick Hawkins, 1909-1994; produced by Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968, Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002 and Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011 (American Dance Festival, 1995), 58 mins
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Mark Dendy, Speaking of Dance: Performance Excerpts
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choreographed by Mark Dendy; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Mark Dendy (American Dance Festival, 1996), 12 mins
Mark Dendy is well known for his physically daring and energetic dances exploring such themes as gender, religion and other critical social issues. In this piece, which includes excerpts from his most well-known dances, Mr. Dendy, recipient of three consecutive NEA Fellowships, talks about what has shaped his life...
choreographed by Mark Dendy; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Mark Dendy (American Dance Festival, 1996), 12 mins
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Pilobolus Dance Theater
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choreographed by Alison Chase, 1946-; produced by William Hannah, 1910-2001 and Bobby Dobbs, fl. 1985; performed by Alison Chase, 1946- and Michael Tracy, 1952-, Pilobolus (American Dance Festival, 1997), 57 mins
This documentary, produced by University of North Carolina Public Television, offers an insightful look at the work of these modern dance originals. Since their earliest days, Pilobolus has been astounding and confounding audiences around the world with their particular brand of modern dance. The documentary featu...
choreographed by Alison Chase, 1946-; produced by William Hannah, 1910-2001 and Bobby Dobbs, fl. 1985; performed by Alison Chase, 1946- and Michael Tracy, 1952-, Pilobolus (American Dance Festival, 1997), 57 mins
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Speaking of Dance: Dancing on the Edge, Vol. 2
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Various Artists; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Erick Hawkins Dance Company, Guandong Modern Dance Company, Pilobolus, Sutki and Charles Davis' African-American Dance Ensemble, in Speaking of Dance: Dancing on the Edge, Vol. 2 (American Dance Festival, 1992), 47 mins
Includes highlights from ADF performances by: Erick Hawkins Dance Co. Sukarji Sriman Chuck Davis' African-American Dance Ensemble Guangdong Modern Dance Co. Pilobolus Molissa Fenley Sutki.
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Various Artists; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Erick Hawkins Dance Company, Guandong Modern Dance Company, Pilobolus, Sutki and Charles Davis' African-American Dance Ensemble, in Speaking of Dance: Dancing on the Edge, Vol. 2 (American Dance Festival, 1992), 47 mins
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Speaking of Dance: Mark Dendy
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choreographed by Mark Dendy; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Mark Dendy (American Dance Festival, 1996), 48 mins
Mark Dendy is well known for his physically daring and energetic dances exploring such themes as gender, religion and other critical social issues. In this piece, which includes excerpts from his most well-known dances, Mr. Dendy, recipient of three consecutive NEA Fellowships, talks about what has shaped his life...
choreographed by Mark Dendy; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Mark Dendy (American Dance Festival, 1996), 48 mins
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Steve Paxton: Speaking of Dance
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Steve Paxton, 1939- (American Dance Festival, 1996), 1 hour 18 mins
A former member of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Mr. Paxton is best known for his development of contact improvisation starting in 1972. He was a co-founder of the Judson Dance Theater and later the Grand Union and has been the recipient of a Bessie Award as well as grants from the NEA and Rockefeller Founda...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Steve Paxton, 1939- (American Dance Festival, 1996), 1 hour 18 mins
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Trisha Brown: Speaking of Dance
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Trisha Brown, 1936-2017; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Trisha Brown, 1936-2017 (American Dance Festival, 1996), 1 hour 17 mins
Trisha Brown has been hailed as “one of the true great experimentalists in modern dance.” Ms. Brown began her career in New York City as a member of Judson Dance Theater. Since forming her own company in 1971, she has received major commissions from foundations and festivals around the world. In this piece, M...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; choreographed by Trisha Brown, 1936-2017; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Trisha Brown, 1936-2017 (American Dance Festival, 1996), 1 hour 17 mins
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With My Red Fires (Edited Version)
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composed by Wallingford Riegger, 1885-1961; choreographed by Doris Humphrey, 1895-1958; performed by American Dance Festival Repertory Company (American Dance Festival, 1978), 31 mins
Doris Humphrey’s dance-drama of possessive and vindictive maternal love in a harshly ritualistic and demagogic society. The cast is led by Dalienne Majors, Nina Watt, and Raymond Johnson. Filmed at the American Dance Festival in 1972, the first film is an edited version with close-ups and the second is a record...
composed by Wallingford Riegger, 1885-1961; choreographed by Doris Humphrey, 1895-1958; performed by American Dance Festival Repertory Company (American Dance Festival, 1978), 31 mins
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