Interview with Franklin White,

Title
Interview with Franklin White, 1991-1992
Author
White, Franklin, 1923 or 1924-2013.
Publication
1991-92.
Electronic Resource

Details

Additional Authors
Farlow, Lesley.
Description
8 streaming files (approximately four hours and 35 minutes): digital
Alternative Title
  • Dance Audio Archive.
  • Dance Oral History Project.
Note
  • Interview with Franklin White conducted by Lesley Farlow, for the Jerome Robbins Dance Division's Dance Oral History Project of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, on October 30, 1991 and January 2, 1992, in New York, N.Y.; and on January 20, 1992 in Waterford, Conn.
  • For transcript of interview see: *MGZMT 3-1765.
Call Number
*MGZTC 3-1765 (former)
Author
White, Franklin, 1923 or 1924-2013. Interviewee
Title
Interview with Franklin White, 1991-1992
Imprint
1991-92.
Type of Content
spoken word
Type of Medium
audio
Type of Carrier
online resource
Summary
Streaming files 1 and 2 [cassette 1], October 30, 1991 (approximately one hour and 32 minutes). Mr. White discusses his childhood; training with Madame Rambert; performing with the Ballet Rambert; joining Sadler's Wells Ballet; World War II; the debut of the Royal Ballet in the United States; his roles; Leonide Massine; Margot Fonteyn; training opera singers in Canada -- Streaming files 3 and 4 [cassette 2], January 2, 1992 (approximately 49 minutes). The National Academy of Dance, Urbana, IL; directing opera; watching Frederic Franklin and Alexandra Danilova in Giselle; Alicia Markova; the Royal Ballet's Russian tour of 1961; lecture/demonstration tours of South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe -- Streaming files 5 and 6 [cassette 3], January 2, 1992 (approximately 49 minutes). Tours of South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Canada; guest teaching and directing; teaching ballet mime; filming Sleeping beauty for American television; Walter Terry; lyric theatre -- Streaming files 7 and 8 [cassette 4], January 20, 1992 (approximately 38 minutes). Working in the Mercury Theatre during World War II; touring Africa and England; performing with Nureyev and Fonteyn in Giselle; Joan Sutherland; Antony Tudor and Hugh Laing.
Local Note
Former call no.: *MGZTC 3-1765
Interview and transcript are open as of the death of Agnes de Mille in 1993.
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Local Subject
Ballet -- England -- 20th century.
Added Author
Farlow, Lesley. Interviewer
Added Title
Dance Oral History Project.
Dance Audio Archive.
Research Call Number
*MGZTC 3-1765 (former)
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