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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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La Cathédrale Engloutie
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directed by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; designed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-, Jiří Kylián, 1947-; performed by Eric McCullough, Nils Christe, Karen Tims and Jeanne Solan, fl. 1982, Nederlands Dans Theater, in Jiří Kylián's Car Men and Other Ballets (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2006), 22 mins
This is a performance of La Cathedrale Engloutie, performed by Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT I) and choreographed by Jiri Kylian.
directed by Hans Hulscher, fl. 1984; choreographed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-; designed by Jiří Kylián, 1947-, Jiří Kylián, 1947-; performed by Eric McCullough, Nils Christe, Karen Tims and Jeanne Solan, fl. 1982, Nederlands Dans Theater, in Jiří Kylián's Car Men and Other Ballets (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2006), 22 mins
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Dance Crazy in Hollywood
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directed by Robert Kuperberg, 1944-2012; choreographed by Hermes Pan, 1910-1990; designed by Larry Gordon; produced by Gérard Paquet, 1943-; performed by Hermes Pan, 1910-1990 (ArtHaus Musik, 1990), 56 mins
Hermes Pan began choreographing Hollywood musicals in 1933, when his long-standing collaboration with Fred Astaire began. For over three decades he was the man who made the stars dance - Ginger Rogers, Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, Cyd Charisse, Shirley MacLaine and many others. Assimilating elements from the multi...
directed by Robert Kuperberg, 1944-2012; choreographed by Hermes Pan, 1910-1990; designed by Larry Gordon; produced by Gérard Paquet, 1943-; performed by Hermes Pan, 1910-1990 (ArtHaus Musik, 1990), 56 mins
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Dancing: Dance at the Court
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composed by John Hill; produced by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Jane Alexander, 1939- and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 mins
This program examines court dances in several different societies: England, Japan, Ghana, Java, France, and Russia. Imperial families nurtured court dance as an art form during peacetime.
composed by John Hill; produced by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Jane Alexander, 1939- and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 mins
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Dancing: Dance Centerstage
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directed by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989; composed by John Hill; produced by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Jane Alexander, 1939- and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 mins
This program examines classical theater dances in Russia and Japan. Ballet, based on 17th century court dances of Louis XIV, was developed in St. Petersburg. The Kabuki emerged from the streets of Kyoto.
directed by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989; composed by John Hill; produced by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Jane Alexander, 1939- and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 mins
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Dancing: Dancing in One World
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directed by Mark Obenhaus, fl. 1971-2016; composed by John Hill; produced by Stephanie Bakal, fl. 1993 and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik), 59 mins
This program was made with dancers from the Pacific Rim Area including the United States (Afro-Americans, American Indians, and Hawaiians), Polynesia, Australia, and Indonesia. These dancers also took part in the Los Angeles Festival. Includes archival film footage.
directed by Mark Obenhaus, fl. 1971-2016; composed by John Hill; produced by Stephanie Bakal, fl. 1993 and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik), 59 mins
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Dancing: Lord of the Dance
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composed by John Hill; produced by Jane Alexander, 1939-, Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989 and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 mins
This program examines dances of Christian sects in Seville, Spain, the Yoruba religion in Nigeria, and the Hindu religion in India.
composed by John Hill; produced by Jane Alexander, 1939-, Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989 and Rhoda Grauer, 1944-; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 mins
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Dancing: New Worlds, New Forms
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composed by John Hill and Camara Kambon, 1973-; produced by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, Rhoda Grauer, 1944- and Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 mins
This program examines the heritage that enslaved Africans brought to North and South America via dance. From the Samba in Rio to the Lindy-hop in Harlem, cultural collisions have shaped the popular dances of today.
composed by John Hill and Camara Kambon, 1973-; produced by Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, Rhoda Grauer, 1944- and Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; performed by Raoul Trujillo (ArtHaus Musik, 1993), 59 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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Déjà Vu
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directed by Wilbert Bank, fl. 1970; choreographed by Hans van Manen, 1932-; designed by Keso Dekker, 1946-, Keso Dekker, 1946-, Joop Caboort; produced by George Van Breemen, 1972-; performed by Gustavo Ramirez Sansano and Rani Luther, Nederlands Dans Theater II, in Hans van Manen: Nederlands Dans Theater, HET Nationale Ballet (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2000), 13 mins
This is a performance of Deja Vu, performed by Nederlands Dans Theatre II (NDT II), and choreographed by Hans van Manen.
directed by Wilbert Bank, fl. 1970; choreographed by Hans van Manen, 1932-; designed by Keso Dekker, 1946-, Keso Dekker, 1946-, Joop Caboort; produced by George Van Breemen, 1972-; performed by Gustavo Ramirez Sansano and Rani Luther, Nederlands Dans Theater II, in Hans van Manen: Nederlands Dans Theater, HET Nationale Ballet (Germany: ArtHaus Musik, 2000), 13 mins
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