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Ben Munisteri

This video presents excerpts from Late Night Sugar Flight by choreographer Ben Munisteri and his company of 6 dancers. Includes a humorous monologue by the choreographer that introduces a section of deliciously sensuous dancing accompanied by the improvised sounds of DJ Michael Hornburg and the improvised lighting designs by Kathy Kaufman. Recorded in 1998 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
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2016; 1999
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Benjamin Millepied Ballet Moves Into the 21st Century

This program features a profile of choreographer/dancer Benjamin Millepied, one of dance's rising stars due to his dual careers as a New York City Ballet dancer and sought-after choreographer. The program includes excerpts from his 2006 concert at the Joyce Theater in New York City. Featured is Closer, a duet with guest artist Gillian Murphy of American Ballet Theatre with music by Philip Glass and Phrases, Now, a non-stop work by Adonis Foniadakis for four men including Millepied and one woman that blurs the boundaries between the sexes; plus excerpts from an in-depth interview with Benjamin Millepied.
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2016; 2006
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Benoit LaChambre

This video presents excerpts from "The Water Fait Mal." Stunningly original movement theater by this French-Canadian dancer/choreographer. LaChambre manages to create a highly personal and emotional body language. Recorded in 1996 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
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2016; 1996
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Cathy Weis "Calm as Custard

This program features an excerpt from Electric Haiku: Calm as Custard, a full-evening, multidisciplinary performance work that partners live dance with video, light, text, and sound extending the limitations of physical movement into new realms of expression through the integration of technology with the body. Electric Haiku: Calm as a Custard is the second work in Weis? Electric Haiku series. The first work in the series, Electric Haiku was named by The New York Times as one of the top ten dance events of 2002 in year-in-review edition. Recorded February 26, 2005 at Dance Theater Workshop, New York City. "Cathy Weis has a wild imagination." - Jennifer Dunning, The New York Times.
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2016; 2005
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Chamecki & Lerner

This video presents excerpts from Antonio Caido, a dance/performance work by Brazilian-American choreographers Roseane Chamecki and Andrea Lerner. 5 dancers cavort in a visually striking set by Scott Pask and Jim Larkin that includes a tower, a giant table and an aquarium. Recorded in 1997 at Performance Space 122 in New York City. Plus excerpts from a revealing interview with the artist.
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2016; 1999