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Doug Varone [electronic resource]

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A video documentary series profiling choregrapher Doug Varone and showing exerpts from his programs "Let's Dance" and "Cabaret" recorded live at P.S. 122 in New York City on December 20, 1996.
Online
1997; 1996
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Charles Dennis: Vol. 1 Greenhouse [electronic resource]

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Featuring the commentary of choreographer and director Charles Dennis, this video presents excerpts from Greenhouse, a dance/theater work that explores the evolution of human damage to the natural environment. Choreographed and directed by Dennis, the work features an interracial, intergenerational cast.
Online
1997; 1996
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Dance Black America [electronic resource]: A Festival of Modern, Jazz, Tap & African Styles

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Film produced from dance productions of the Black American Dance Festival, April 21-24, 1983, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The film includes major contemporary Black dancers and dance companies in the context of a historical survey which indicates the African and Caribbean heritage upon which Black American dance is based.
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1990; 1984
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Rainforest

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"First performance by Merce Cunningham and Dance Company at the 2nd Buffalo Festival of the Arts, March 9, 1968." Merce Cunningham narrates and comments on his art.
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1979
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CRWDSPCR

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Looks at Merce Cunningham's choreographic methods and shows the dancers in his dance company working on CRWDSPCR. Features clips from the ballet, short interviews with participants (dancers, costume designer, composer); and choreography by Merce Cunningham.
Online
1996
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Doug Varone & Dancers [electronic resource]

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A video documentary series profiling choregrapher Doug Varone and showing exerpts from his programs "Let's Dance" and "Cabaret" recorded live at P.S. 122 in New York City on December 20, 1996.
Online
1997; 1996