Dances at a Cocktail Party and Uneasy Dances premieres in Tampa Bay

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Date
2002-02-16
Main contributor
Lerman, Liz
Summary
"Dances at a Cocktail Party," commissioned by the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center for its American Music Festival 2002: "Bernstein, Broadway, and the Bomb--The Age of Anxiety." "Uneasy Dances: Anatomies and Epidemics," the Dance Exchange's response to the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon of September 11, 2001, which explores the thin line between laughing and crying. Includes original music by Andy Teirstein, a "music visualization" treatment of a Spike Jones composition that consists mostly of laughing and a finale to music by Alan Hovhaness.
Contributors
Liz Lerman Dance Exchange; DiMuro, Peter; Dwyer, Thomas; Greenlee, Margot; Johnson, Elizabeth; Schaefer, Peg; Nakamura, Kazu; Wilkins, Helanius J.; Wittman, Martha; Webb, Marvin; Teirstein, Andy
Genre
Filmed performances
Subject
Dance--United States.
Location
Tampa Bay, Florida
Collection
Liz Lerman Dance Exchange
Unit
Special Collections in Performing Arts
Language
English
Terms of Use
http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-EDU/1.0/
Physical Description
Videocassette
Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: LLDX 23-34; Catalog Key: scpa-082007

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