David Ireland, with the participation of Fine Arts students. Carol Mullins, with the participation of Theater Arts students. June — DD in Hong Kong. City Contemporary Dance Company. June July 8 — DD to Taipei. Classes at the Taipei Dance Workshop. DD makes dance on students. DD travels to Minneapolis, MN. DD travels to Ft. Performed at the Conference, Greensboro, NC.
Revival of work. John Driscoll, Fishs Eddy. Carol Mullins after Patrick O'Rourke. Bill Cole, Robert Black. Uli Gassman design mistakenly contributed to Mimi Gross on the initial promotional materials. Pentacle Showcase at Danspace Project at St. Commissioned by Renee Wadleigh as solo for herself. Renee Wadleigh after DD. Y, New York City. David Ireland, Noel Sheridan. Climb to the top with David Ireland. Invited by Kate Nesbitt.
At the invitation of John McLaughlin. Dancers, students of Edith Cowan University. Resetting of original, omitting several sections, on the Grand Theatre de Bordeaux. Norbert Schmucki after Douglas Dunn. Performed at the Grand Theatre, Bordeaux, France. On a show with Danses concertantes, choreography: Le Sacre de Printemps by Erich Walter. December 18 — 4: January — 2 performances at Pace Downtown Theater. Pace Theater in the Schimmel Center. Noel Quinlan, from Middle Kingdom.
Sent to Minneapolis for the event. Barely visible outdoor dancing for New York City. November 19 — DD danced in benefit at St. Danspace Projects presents Chance Encounters. Residency finished on February First performed, enmeshed in Haole , at Denison University. Was part of residency at the university. The updated version includes an added section prelude by Rachmaninov, where Grazia and Douglas danced duet. June 9 — DD flies Washington D.
Part of residency with NYU. After post-show dinner, saying goodbye, DD falls, sprain ankle. Next day, a Sunday, discovers passport has expired. Gets, one, dragging leg up to Rockerfeller Center while Grazia packs whatever. July 16, show in Cortile della Sapienza. July August 1, program continues in Lucca. July 31, show in Teatro Poliziano, Montepulciano. Grazia arrives, she and DD drive around: Panel for dance competition with Murray Lewis and Jennifer Dunning.
Under the auspices of Carolyn Tate. December — H. This trio was later integrated in slightly altered form into Spell for Opening the Mouth of N. Collaboration with composer Joshua Fried. Solo for Douglas Dunn. Sound Collage by Douglas Dunn: Mozart, Mahler, traditional song sung by John McCormack. Includes phrase first danced for his mother's memorial service, ,.
Sound collage by Jacob Burckhardt. July 21 to NYC. Cortile della Sapienza, Pisa, Italy. DD teaches and performs. Invited by Artistic Director: Sequence of bits from earlier work. Music by Joshua Fried, recorded bits from Spell. This piece had original music by Joshua Fried. This was part of the Downtown Arts Festival. Caterina and Douglas improvised in a store front window from noon to 1: November 17 — 8pm. Movement Research at Judson Church Presents: Choreographed and performed by the following: Curated by Julie Carr and Sondra Loring. Present at one or more: Walk-on - Grazia Della-Terza.
Performed in the round at the Church. December 5 - KICK: Music played live by Mark Dziuba. Benefits for Dancers Responding to Aids: Esther Lamneck, director; DD, choreographer. Costume consultant, Charles Atlas. Presented by Danspace Project at St. Music played live by Lisa Karrer and Stella Chiu. New Music and Dance Ensemble. Music played live by Lisa Karrer and David Simons. Grazia Della-Terza and Douglas Dunn. Performed for the Memorial Service of Rudy Burckhardt. Rubble Dance costumes by Mimi Gross. Dancers of The Wellspring Project: Lisa Karrer in collaboration with David Simons.
Sappho, arranged by L. Performed for Food-for-Thought, curator, Mark Haim. The overall work was arranged by John McLauglin, and included bits by a number of choreographers. Side-Effects consisted of phrases to be performed in the narrow alleys along the main street. Main Drag was a group section to be performed in an open space. Performed on Main Street in downtown Huntsville, Texas.
Performed at Anadolu University, Istanbul, Turkey. Through the two directors, Sebnem Aksan at Mimar Sinan, and Geyvan McMillan at Yildiz, had collaborated in choosing to invite us, they had not by the time of our arrival agreed on how to apportion our time. Both wanted as much as they could have. The two programs depend to a great extent on guest teachers. A longer stint in either or both of the departments would have been rewarding for all concerned. Preparation for the trip was impeccably handled by Kathryn Wainscott. She supplied all the information we needed, and gracefully.
Every aspect of the residency, travel, housing, logistics of working went as planned, no snags. We lived in two different abodes three weeks in one, three in the other offered by the universities. Both had minor inconveniences, but Sebnem and Geyvan were responsive to our request, as was Mary Ann Whitten and her staff at the Consulate. And beyond solving minor problems, all three of these hosts set a high standard for hospitality. They invited us into their homes, introduced us to other artists, took us to see sights, and helped us plan jaunts of our own.
We felt well taken care of, and had an enriching exchange with them and with those they led us to meet. The dance for Yildiz, Zirve Peak , was given a studio showing at the end of our residency. Both will be presented in Ankara in May. These works provide an active memory of our presence, allowing students, faculty, and others who witness them, a means to carry their experience into the future. The interaction was lively. We anticipate maintaining contact with the directors and through them with their students.
Sebnem and Geyvan are true pioneers, of the kind that made Modern Dance flourish in the United States in the last century. They have provided a spark in Istanbul. If Modern Dance is to catch fire there, serious thinking and action about venues and about financial resources must take place. Otherwise, the students who will be graduating year to year will go elsewhere to dance, or will give up the pursuit. Grazia and I carry in us thirty years of downtown New York dance history. More communication before our trip, about various formats in which we might have presented what we have to offer, could have led to additional use of us as a resource.
We would have liked also to engage directly all those artists, dancers and appreciators, who are interested in contemporary sensibilities. Grazia and I feel abundantly enriched from our time in Istanbul, and are grateful to all those who made the experience possible. Advice for Common Good is in Studio Gig files. Douglas Dunn and Beth Simons. Gamelan Son of Lion: January 31 — February 3: June 26 — July Alisa Blokhina on oboe.
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This is a comprehensive guide for the person interested in turning a hobby into a source of income. How to Make a Hit Record. In a detailed but readable account, the author describes the appro- priate steps for a young person to take if he or she is interested in Careers and People on the Job 39 writing and recording songs. The information is based on a music critic's broad knowledge and extensive in-depth interviews with such popular musical artists as Carly Simon. Here Is Your Career-: Banking, Money and Finance.
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Opportunities abound for the young woman who is interested in working with animals— in small- or large-animal practice, in re- search, in teaching, in public health, or in industry. This book spells out educational requirements and emphasizes the rewards to be gained through becoming a veterinarian. Lawyers for the People! Laurel Leaf Library, i? Through personal interviews, the author depicts the lives, motiva- tions, and dreams of nine lawyers in different parts of the country, all providing legal semce and justice to poor and uninformed citizens. Through these sketches the reader will see that our society can be improved by dedicated individuals.
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The Men's Career Book: Work and Life Plan- ning for a New Age. This reference book is designed to help young men decide on initial career directions. The opening section presents the concept of career development as a lifelong process; it is followed by a handbook offering a broad selection of career areas with appropriate and useful information about each. See Me More Clearly: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Designed to help teenagers with physical disabilities to become financially and emotionally independent, this volume provides infor- mation on practical aspects of career and life planning as well as sections on sexuality, coping with stereotyping, and making and keeping friends.
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Photo editor Chuck Freedman. This book reveals the information that young people need to know to explore modeling as a career. The author offers practical advice, explains basic requirements for various kinds of modeling, and dis- courages readers from attending modeling schools. Williams provides an overview of archaeology and its career possi- bilities and presents profiles of six contemporary women working in the field. This collection contains twelve short biographies about such race car drivers as Mario Andretti, A.
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Cora and Frank conspire to kill Cora's husband. They get away with it, only to find that trusting each other is a problem that consumes their lives. When love finally prevails, the couple is dealt an ironic blow by fate. In , Alfreda Esmond shocked the townspeople by turning her family mansion into a boarding house filled with bizarre occupanu. Out of character, this southern belle strikes a defiant note that foreshadows decades to come. Originally published as Mixed Bless- irgs. George's mother, a frail, elderly woman, devotes herself to caring lor her adult son, the only survivor of her five children.
The language and detail of the Bowery are faithfully captured in both tales. Pip comes from humb. It begins in when Studs is fifteen and it traces his tragic struggle to make the barrenness of his every- day life match a mind full of dreams. The final novel ends with his death at age thirty-one.
The Puritan ethic still controls the minds and hearts of Pembroke, a small New England town at the turn of the century, as two families and two sets of lovers nearly lose each other in conflicts between custom and passion. The author uses sparse and direct languoge consistent with the life-styles of the characters she represents, thus providing the reader vvith easy access to the very soul of Pembroke itself.
Miles Pruitt's exisVnce as a middle-aged English teacher, not unlike ERIC 54 Different But Great 47 that of the other middle-aged citizens who control the affairs of Staggerford, is incredibly plain on the surface. But the novel grad- ually reveals intriguing individual stories as it moves to Pruitt's tragic encounter with the bonewoman and her ratgun.
Easy to lead, this is a good novel for a rainy day. The Dogs of March. Howard Elman, who is barely literate, cannot cope with changing times. With his job gone and his family tormenting him, Howard lashes out against order. He becomes much like the dogs of March, tame dogs who turn savage each spring as they gather in packs and senselessly slaughter wintci-weakened deer in the New Hampshire hills. Heller, Joseph Something Happened. In words that may offend some readers, narrator Robert Slocum tells about his middle-age existence with a wife he pities but cares little about; with his children, especially his imbecile son, whom he tries not to think about; anu his mother, whom he tries to send away.
The Story of Emil Sinclair's Youth. This story of Emil Sinclair's youth is not a tale of adolescent events. Rather, it examines the inner thinking of adolescence, the great shifting of the self from childhood to adulthood. Demian is EmiPs young friend, a boy-mystic with whom Emil can probe the deeper secrets of the universe.
Hesse, Hermann translator Hilda Rosner. Siddhartha leaves his family on a spiritual quest, but when he finds the world of philosophy unfulfilling, he leaves it to experience the material world. Ultimately this world also dissatisfies him. Near despair, he suddenly finds peace and the true beginning nis life. Chips is a gentle English schoolmaster who, at middle age in the s, is an excellent mountain climber, an extraordinary sports- man, and a master at his profession. Gregor Samsa awakens one morning to find that he has been transformed into a man-sized cockroach.
He must adjust mentally and physically to this fantastic change, and so must his family! This edition includes extensive textual notes and several critical essays. Deedee and Emma, talented ballerinas, make decisions at critical points in their careers. Deedee chooses to have a family, while Emma chooses a career. Each is successful but envies the other's life.
When they meet again many years later, they experience once again this turning point in their careers and in their friendship. Wolf Larsen, the Sea Wolf, captains the Ghost and its crew of seal hunters, who are a vicious collection of outcasts no less violent and dangerous than their leader. When they rescue Humphrey Van Weyden from the sea, however, they take on more than an unwilling member of their crev;.