Bowen/Peters School of Dance

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    Excerpt from Profile II - People and progress, documentary program concerning minority interests produced for WTNH-TV, New Haven, Connecticut, and aired May 22, 1974. Producer: Albert Hannans. Director: Hal Yates. Hostess: Dean L. Radcliffe.

    Summary: The founders of a black dance school in New Haven, Angela Bowen Peters and her husband, drummer Ken Peters, discuss the growth of their school, its aims, and its importance to the minority youth of the city.

    A long section of the dance Touch me in the morning, choreographed by resident teacher-choreographer Larry Farrell, danced by members of the school's performing group, is shown, as well as classes in various forms of dance and in drumming.
    (Interviewee) Peters, Angela Bowen
    Bowen/Peters School of Dance (New Haven, Conn.)

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    Dates / Origin
    Date Issued: 1974
    Library locations
    Jerome Robbins Dance Division
    Shelf locator: *MGZIDF 1556
    Dance, Black -- United States
    Dance schools -- Connecticut -- New Haven
    Physical Description
    Form: Electronic resource (Gmd)
    Form: 1 streaming video file (NTSC) (17 1/2 min.)
    Form: Sd., col.
    Type of Resource
    Moving image
    NYPL catalog ID (B-number) : b12160066
    UUID: 7dc1b3a0-0826-0131-ff31-3c075448cc4b