Like it is [electronic resource]

Title
Like it is [electronic resource]
Publication
1971.
Electronic Resource
Streaming video available at Library for the Performing Arts only

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Description
1 streaming video file (NTSC) (60 min.) : sd., col.
Note
  • Telecast on January 30, 1971 by WABC-TV, New York on the series Like it is. Produced by Charles Hobson. Directed by Dan Fanelli. Host: Gil Noble.
  • Odukwe Sackeyfio performs Adua, a traditional Ashanti dance; Carole Johnson dances Acid, an excerpt from Changes, choreographed by Ron Pratt of Movements Black; John Parks, also of Movements Black, dances It happens every day, an excerpt from his Trilogy.
Access (note)
  • Patrons can access streaming video file only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Call Number
*MGZIDF 6422
Title
Like it is [electronic resource]
Imprint
1971.
Summary
Panel discussion on black artists and modern dance by Katherine Dunham, Eleo Pomare, Carole Johnson, Alvin Ailey and host Gil Noble. Topics include the economic picture for the dancer, government and foundation subsidy, commercial viability for black dance, dance in the schools, the international scene, dance as a social art, Les Ballets Africains, the black dancer in Broadway productions, alternatives to Broadway, the need for black critics.
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Patrons can access streaming video file only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Local Note
Former call number: *MGZIC 7-210.
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Local Subject
Television. Like it is.
Added Author
Dunham, Katherine. Interviewee
Pomare, Eleo. Interviewee
Johnson, Carole. ive, dancer.
Ailey, Alvin. Interviewee
Noble, Gil. Host
Sackeyfio, G. Odukwe, dancer.
Parks, John, choreographer, dancer.
Pratt, Ronald, choreographer.
Research Call Number
*MGZIDF 6422
*MGZIC 7-210 (former)
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