Compilation: Repertory performance, Dance Place, Washington, D.C., and Dancers of the Third Age performance

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Date
1984-04
Main contributor
Lerman, Liz
Summary
Repertory Concert at Dance Place. "Video Arcane," a short-lived Lerman work inspired by the emergence of PacMan and the early video game phenomenon, with substantial movement contributions by the dancers); "Second Variation on a Window," based on the idea of a couple fighting as seen by a neighbor through their window; "Pavane for Two Older Women," with a cast of two older women, three young adult female dancers, and a school-age girl, this work reflects on women's lives and ageing process. Score by Richard Lerman (Liz Lerman's brother); "E. Hopper" focuses on the work of American painter Edward Hopper, using projections of his drawings and paintings, some of which are edited to remove the human figures, allowing the dancers on stage to take their place, effectively animating the images. Music: The Modern Jazz Quartet; Followed by recording of a separate interactive performance by Dancers of the Third Age in unidentified venue.
Contributors
Liz Lerman Dance Exchange; Fogelgren, Bob; Hallenbeck, Valerie; Rea, Jessica; Rother, Charles; Zuckerman, Don
Genre
Filmed performances
Subject
Dance--United States.
Location
Washington, D.C.
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 3-1; Catalog Key: scpa-081462

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