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A Tudor evening with American Ballet Theatre

Title
A Tudor evening with American Ballet Theatre [videorecording] / a co-production of WNET/Thirteen, New York, and Danmarks Radio ; produced by Judy Kinberg and Thomas Grimm ; ballets directed by Thomas Grimm ; documentary directed by Judy Kinberg ; choreography by Antony Tudor, staged by Sallie Wilson.
Publication
New York, N.Y. : WNET/Thirteen, 1990.

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Additional Authors
  • Tudor, Antony, 1909-1987
  • De Mille, Agnes
  • Rambert, Marie.
  • Lloyd, Maude, 1908-
  • Laing, Hugh.
  • Browne, Leslie
  • Bustamante, Ricardo
  • Owen, Michael
  • Van Hamel, Martine, 1945-
  • Renvall, Johan
  • Moore, Kathleen
  • Radojević, Danilo
  • Trakas, Chris Pedro
  • Chausson, Ernest, 1855-1899.
  • Brown, Zack.
  • Stevenson, Hugh, 1910-1956.
  • Mahler, Gustav, 1860-1911.
  • Ustinov, Nadia Benois.
  • Kinberg, Judy.
  • Grimm, Thomas.
  • Grauer, Rhoda.
  • Venza, Jac.
  • Vaughan, David, 1924-
  • Wilson, Sallie.
  • Johannessen, Jørgen.
  • Hunter, Tim
  • American Ballet Theatre.
  • Ballet Rambert.
  • WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
  • Danmarks radio.
  • DHCA.
Description
1 videocassette (58 min.) : sd., col. NTSC; 3/4 in. (U-matic)
Donor/Sponsor
Gift of Dance in America.
Uniform Title
  • Jardin aux lilas (Choreographic work : Tudor)
  • Dark elegies (Choreographic work : Tudor)
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Dance.
  • Educational/cultural films and programs.
  • Video.
Credits (note)
  • Lighting, Jørgen Johannessen and Tim Hunter ; executive producer, Jac Venza ; production executive, Rhoda Grauer ; writer, David Vaughan.
Event (note)
  • Telecast by WNET/Thirteen, New York, on the Great Performances: Dance in America series on April 13, 1990.
Contents
  • Jardin aux lilas / music, Ernest Chausson ; scenery, Zack Brown ; costumes, Hugh Stevenson ; danced by Leslie Browne (Caroline, the bride-to-be), Ricardo Bustamante (her lover), Michael Owen (the man she must marry), and Martine Van Hamel (an episode in his past), with Lucette Katerndahl, Julie Kent, Rosalie O'Connor, Amy Rose, Ethan Brown, Christopher Mattox, Scott Schlexer, and John Summers (friends and relations) ; violin solo, Eric Wyrick.
  • Documentary on Antony Tudor's life and works, including excerpts from the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony in 1986 (presentation speech by Agnes de Mille) and footage of interviews with Tudor, Dame Marie Rambert, Agnes de Mille, and Maude Lloyd.
  • Dark elegies / music, Gustav Mahler ; poems, Friedrich Rückert ; scenery and costumes, Nadia Benois ; cast: Scene 1, Laments of the bereaved: I, danced by Martine Van Hamel ; II, danced by Leslie Browne and Michael Owen ; III, danced by Johan Renvall ; IV, danced by Kathleen Moore ; V, danced by Danilo Radojevic, with Shawn Black, Elizabeth Ferrell, Hilary Ryan, Mary Wilson, and Daniel Chait ; Scene 2, Resignation, danced by entire cast ; singer, Christopher Trakas.
Call Number
*MGZIA 4-6606
OCLC
NYPY906022075-F
Title
A Tudor evening with American Ballet Theatre [videorecording] / a co-production of WNET/Thirteen, New York, and Danmarks Radio ; produced by Judy Kinberg and Thomas Grimm ; ballets directed by Thomas Grimm ; documentary directed by Judy Kinberg ; choreography by Antony Tudor, staged by Sallie Wilson.
Imprint
New York, N.Y. : WNET/Thirteen, 1990.
Country of Producing Entity
U.S.
Event
Telecast by WNET/Thirteen, New York, on the Great Performances: Dance in America series on April 13, 1990.
Credits
Lighting, Jørgen Johannessen and Tim Hunter ; executive producer, Jac Venza ; production executive, Rhoda Grauer ; writer, David Vaughan.
Performer
Performed by members of American Ballet Theatre.
Music performed by the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Barker.
Local Subject
Ballet in television. A Tudor evening with American Ballet Theatre.
Ballet in television. Jardin aux lilas.
Ballet in television. Dark elegies.
Kennedy Center honors.
Added Author
Tudor, Antony, 1909-1987, choreographer. Interviewee
De Mille, Agnes, speaker.
De Mille, Agnes, interviewee.
Rambert, Marie. Interviewee
Lloyd, Maude, 1908- Interviewee
Laing, Hugh.
Browne, Leslie, dancer.
Bustamante, Ricardo, dancer.
Owen, Michael, dancer.
Van Hamel, Martine, 1945- dancer.
Renvall, Johan, dancer.
Moore, Kathleen, dancer.
Radojević, Danilo, dancer.
Trakas, Chris Pedro, dancer.
Chausson, Ernest, 1855-1899. Composer
Brown, Zack. Set designer
Stevenson, Hugh, 1910-1956. Costume designer
Mahler, Gustav, 1860-1911. Composer
Ustinov, Nadia Benois. Designer. Costume designer
Kinberg, Judy. Producer
Kinberg, Judy. Director
Grimm, Thomas. Director
Grauer, Rhoda. Producer
Venza, Jac. Producer
Venza, Jac. Director
Vaughan, David, 1924- Author
Wilson, Sallie.
Johannessen, Jørgen.
Hunter, Tim, lighting designer.
American Ballet Theatre.
Ballet Rambert.
WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
Danmarks radio.
DHCA.
Added Title
Jardin aux lilas (Choreographic work : Tudor)
Dark elegies (Choreographic work : Tudor)
Research Call Number
*MGZIA 4-6606
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