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Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo : Japan Tour, Tokyo (Program C),

Title
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo : Japan Tour, Tokyo (Program C), 1993 June 12.
Publication
1993.
Supplementary Content
Streaming video available at Library for the Performing Arts only.

Details

Additional Authors
Description
1 streaming video file (111 min.) : sound, color.
Uniform Title
  • Dance of Liberation of the American People in Homage to Isadora Duncan, The Greatest American Patriot since Betsy Ross, Barbara Fritchie, and Sacagawea (Choreographic work : Goldberger)
  • Don Quixote (Choreographic work : Petipa, M). Pas de deux.
  • Dying swan (Choreographic work : after Fokine)
  • Gaîté parisienne (Choreographic work : Massine)
  • Giselle (Choreographic work : after Petipa, M)
  • Go for barocco (Choreographic work : Anastos)
  • Swan lake (Choreographic work : after Ivanov and Petipa, M)
Alternative Title
  • Ballet Trockadero
  • Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo Archive.
Genre/Form
  • Dance.
  • Filmed dance.
  • Filmed performances.
  • Video.
Note
  • Title from original Hi8 cassette label.
  • Credits from program located in the Dance Division's program file: *MGZB Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo [Programs].
Access (note)
  • Patrons can access streaming video online only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Credits (note)
  • General director, Eugene McDougle ; associate director, Tory Dobrin ; ballet mistress, Sara Neece.
Source (note)
  • Tory Dobrin,
Contents
  • Act 1. Giselle (Act II) (49 min.) / staged by Yelena Tchernychova after Perrot and Petipa ; scenario by Theophile Guatier and Vernoy de Saint-Georges ; music by Adolphe Adam ; decor by Edward Gorey ; costumes by Natch Taylor.
  • Act 2. Gaîté Parisienne (6 min.) / choreography by Susan Trevino, after Massine ; music by Jacques Offenbach ; costumes and decor by Mike Gonzales ; lighting by Kip Marsh -- Dying Swan (8 min.) / staged by Betteanne Terrell after Fokine ; music by Camille Saint-Saens ; costumes by Mike Gonzales -- The Dance of Liberation of the American People in Homage to Isadora Duncan, The Greatest American Patriot since Betsy Ross, Barbara Fritchie, and Sacagawea (6 min.) / choreography by Olga Plushinskaya (Richard Goldberger) ; music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky ; costume by George Hudako ; flag by Andrew Roman -- Black Swan (15 min.) / staged by Rusty Curcio, after Petipa ; music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky ; costumes by Rusty Curcio ; decor by Chas B. Slackman.
  • Act 3. Don Quixote (Pas de Deux) (11 min.) / choreography, Peter Anastos after Petipa ; music by Ludwig Minkus ; costumes by Mike Gonzales ; Basilio's jacket by Natch Taylor -- Go for Barocco (16 min.) / choreography by Peter Anastos ; music by J.S. Bach ; costumes by Mike Gonzales.
Call Number
*MGZIDF 6619
Title
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo : Japan Tour, Tokyo (Program C), 1993 June 12.
Production
1993.
Country of Producing Entity
Japan.
Type of Content
two-dimensional moving image
Type of Medium
video
computer
Type of Carrier
online resource
Access
Patrons can access streaming video online only at the Library for the Performing Arts.
Credits
General director, Eugene McDougle ; associate director, Tory Dobrin ; ballet mistress, Sara Neece.
Performer
Dancers, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo.
Event
Videotaped during a performance at Yu-port Hall in Tokyo, Japan, 1993 June 12.
Original Version
Original format: 1 videocassette (Hi8) ; 8mm.
Connect to:
Local Subject
Dancers en travesti.
Added Author
Adam, Adolphe, 1803-1856. Giselle. Selections.
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893. Lebedinoe ozero. Selections.
Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880. Operas. Selections; arranged.
Minkus, L., 1826-1917. Don Quixote. Selections.
Saint-Saëns, Camille, 1835-1921. Carnaval des animaux. Cygne.
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750, composer.
Gonzales, Mike, set designer.
Gonzales, Mike, costume designer.
Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893, composer.
Hudako, George, costume designer.
Roman, Andrew, costume designer.
Marsh, Kip, lighting designer.
Gorey, Edward, 1925-2000, set designer.
Taylor, Natch, costume designer.
Trevino, Susan, choreographer.
Massine, Leonide, 1896-1979, choreographer.
Curcio, Rusty, choreographer.
Anastos, Peter, choreographer.
Ivanov, Lev, 1834-1901, choreographer.
Terrell, Betteanne, choreographer.
Curcio, Rusty, costume designer.
Slackman, Charles B., set designer.
Petipa, Marius, 1818-1910, choreographer.
Fokine, Michel, 1880-1942, choreographer.
Goldberger, Richard, choreographer.
Elias, William, dancer.
Avila, Alfonzo, dancer.
Buskirk, Daniel, dancer.
Muniz, Oswaldo, dancer.
Galante, Marcus, dancer.
Molina, Manolo, dancer.
Anderson, Michael, dancer.
Dennis, Allen, dancer.
Angulo, Virgil, dancer.
Nevins, Joey, dancer.
Trevino, Victor, dancer.
Richards, Peter, dancer.
Dobrin, Tory, dancer.
Dobrin, Tory, director.
Neece, Sara, teacher.
McDougle, Eugene, director.
Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, dancer.
Dobrin, Tory, donor.
Added Title
Ballet Trockadero
Container of (work): Giselle (Choreographic work : after Petipa, M)
Container of (work): Gaîté parisienne (Choreographic work : Massine)
Container of (work): Don Quixote (Choreographic work : Petipa, M). Pas de deux.
Container of (work): Swan lake (Choreographic work : after Ivanov and Petipa, M)
Container of (work): Dying swan (Choreographic work : after Fokine)
Container of (work): Go for barocco (Choreographic work : Anastos)
Container of (work): Dance of Liberation of the American People in Homage to Isadora Duncan, The Greatest American Patriot since Betsy Ross, Barbara Fritchie, and Sacagawea (Choreographic work : Goldberger)
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo Archive.
Research Call Number
*MGZIDF 6619
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