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Trisha Brown
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(ADF Video), 77 page(s)
In this DVD, Trisha Brown, recipient of the MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, speaks with the director of the American Dance Festival, Charles Reinhart, about her life in dance.
(ADF Video), 77 page(s)
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Typed, Handwritten And Photocopied Notes And Documents Regarding The Creation Of A Book titled
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written by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Ann Hutchinson Guest Collection, of University of Roehampton (London, England) (1963), Records relating to the creation of publications, Records relating to the creation and publication of the book series "A Ballet Reader" and the book series "Ballet ABC" (also called "Ballet Alphabet for Beginners"), written by Ann Hutchinson (also known as Ann Hutchinson Guest) , 217 page(s)
The notes and documents were created in c1963. The file includes: draft text and draft Labanotated scores for the book; notes and correspondence regarding the compilation of the book; and cuttings taken from "Beginner's Ballet" ["Ballet Alphabet for Beginners", which appears to be an earlier edition of this new bo...
written by Ann Hutchinson Guest, 1918-, in Ann Hutchinson Guest Collection, of University of Roehampton (London, England) (1963), Records relating to the creation of publications, Records relating to the creation and publication of the book series "A Ballet Reader" and the book series "Ballet ABC" (also called "Ballet Alphabet for Beginners"), written by Ann Hutchinson (also known as Ann Hutchinson Guest) , 217 page(s)
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Vaudeville Videos
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(A-1 Video), 360 page(s)
Part 1 features footage of such noted vaudeville-era performers as “Sunshine boys” Smith and Dale, Jack Benny, Weber and Fields, Henny Youngman, the Ebony Film Company of Chicago, Sophie Tucker, and Eddie Cantor. Black & white.
(A-1 Video), 360 page(s)
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Video Dance: Three Dances for the Camera
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(ADF Video), 30 page(s)
Directed by Douglas Rosenberg, this program includes excerpts of three dances created for the camera: Wind by Eiko and Koma, Bardo (In Extremis) by Molissa Fenley, and My Grandfather Dances by Anna Halprin. The first of the three segments contains some nudity.
(ADF Video), 30 page(s)
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Waltz Castillian- Astor Johnson
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performed by Astor Johnson Repertory Dance Theatre (Trinidad and Tobago: Banyan Archive), 3 mins
The Astor Johnson Repertory Dance Theatre performs WALTZ CASTILLIAN
performed by Astor Johnson Repertory Dance Theatre (Trinidad and Tobago: Banyan Archive), 3 mins
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Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues
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(California Newsreel), 58 page(s)
This DVD profiles such blues singers as Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, Ida Cox, Alberta Hunter, and Ethel Waters. It traces the origins of the blues and portrays the challenges facing female blues artists. Highly Recommended, Video Librarian.
(California Newsreel), 58 page(s)
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Wind
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; composed by Robert Mirabal, 1966-, Eiko, 1952- and Koma, 1948-; choreographed by Eiko, 1952-; designed by Eiko, 1952-, Koma, 1948- and Jeff Fontaine, 1974-, Jeff Fontaine, 1974-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Eiko, 1952-, Koma, 1948- and Bill Ochs (American Dance Festival), 8 mins
This work by director Douglas Rosenberg, a regular collaborator with contemporary choreographers, is a collection of three dances created specifically for the camera. Each work features Rosenberg’s lyrical camera work and suspends the choreography within an elegant frame. The dances for the camera featured on th...
directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; composed by Robert Mirabal, 1966-, Eiko, 1952- and Koma, 1948-; choreographed by Eiko, 1952-; designed by Eiko, 1952-, Koma, 1948- and Jeff Fontaine, 1974-, Jeff Fontaine, 1974-; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; performed by Eiko, 1952-, Koma, 1948- and Bill Ochs (American Dance Festival), 8 mins
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Women’s Work: Urban Bush Women
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(Phoenix Learning Group), 30 page(s)
This program features footage of the Urban Bush Women in workshops and performances and includes interviews with workshop participants. It explores the impacts of the dance/theater company.
(Phoenix Learning Group), 30 page(s)
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