Claudia Gitelman/Dance Theater: Dress Rehearsal, 1990 September 26Additional title: Gitelman ConcertAdditional title: Folk Tale & SchubertAdditional title: Folk Tale for the Fifties (Choreographic work : Gitelman)Additional title: Schubert and the Birds (Choreographic work : Gitelman)
NamesGitelman, Claudia (Choreographer)Stotter, Ruth (Performer)Gitelman, Claudia (Performer)Goode, Daniel (Composer)Ormiston, Gale (Lighting designer)Robinson, Scott (Composer)Davis, Anthony, 1951- (Composer)Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828 (Composer)Strauss, Johann, 1825-1899 (Composer)McWilliams, Rob (Dancer)Szablak, Christine (Dancer)Borick, Maryanne (Dancer)Levy, Brian (Dancer)Levy, Pamela (Dancer)Welsh, Stephen (Dancer)Andersson, Petra (Dancer)Aslan, Inez (Dancer)Myers, Samantha (Dancer)Schrager, Lily (Speaker)Weissman, Seileg (Speaker)Modesitt, Annie (Costume designer)Miklojcik, Joseph (Designer)Mason Gross School of the Arts (Rutgers University), Department of Dance, (Performer)Mason Gross School of the Arts (Rutgers University), Department of Dance, (Presenter)
Claudia Gitelman Archive
Dates / OriginDate Created: 1990-09-26
Table of ContentsFolk Tale for the Fifties (27 min.) / created and performed by Claudia Gitelman (dancer), Ruth Stotter (storyteller) ; music by Scott Robinson.Schubert and the Birds (55 min.) / choreography, Claudia Gitelman ; original music by Daniel Goode ; additional music by Anthony Davis, Daniel Goode, Franz Schubert, Johann Strauss II ; voices of the gossips, Lily Schrager, Seileg Weissmann ; costumes by Annie Modesitt ; vienna's puppet by Joseph Miklojcik ; danced by Rob McWilliams (Schubert), Christine Szablak (Vienna), Maryanne Borick, Brian Levy, Pamela Levy, Stephen Welsh (The Birds), with Petra Andersson, Inez Aslan, Samantha Myers. Overture / music by Franz Schubert (Movement four of Quintet in A major, D667) ; danced by Full Company -- I. Salon and Chase / music by Daniel Goode (Beethoven's Fifth for Music Stand ; voices of Schrager, Weissmann ; danced by Andersson, Aslan, Borick, B. Levy, P. Levy, McWilliams, Myers, Welsh -- II. Waiting / music by Franz Schubert (Impromptu #3, opus 90) ; danced by McWilliams -- III. Stick Dance/Obsession / music by Anthony Davis (Wayang no. IV) ; danced by Andersson, Aslan, Borick, B. Levy, Myers, Welsh ; duet by Borick and McWilliams -- IV. Schubert and the Birds / music by Franz Schubert (Impromptu #2, opus 142) ; danced by Borick, B. Levy, P. Levy, McWilliams, Welsh -- V. Vienna / music by Johann Strass II (Stories form the Vienna Woods) ; voices of Schrager, Weissman ; danced by Szablak with McWilliams and Andersson, Aslan, Myers -- VI. Shubert and the Birds / music by Franz Schubert (Impromptu #2, opus 90) ; danced by Borick, B. Levy, P. Levy, McWilliams, Welsh -- VII. Finale / music by Daniel Goode (The Red and White Cows) ; danced by Full Company.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 2488
GenresFilmed danceDance rehearsalsFilmed performances
NotesStatement of responsibility: choreography, Claudia Gitelman ; presented by University Concert Series and the Department of Dance, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.Creation/production credits: Original music by Daniel Goode ; lighting design by Gale Ormiston.Performers: Guest artists, Ruth Stotter (storyteller), Rob McWilliams (dancer).Venue: Videotaped in dress rehearsal at the Loree Studio Theater, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., 1990 September 26.Acquisition: Gift; Alix I., Hillary, and Lisa Gitelman; 2013.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (VHS) (82 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
DescriptionSchubert and the Birds is set at Carnival in Vienna, 1829, a few months after the death of Franz Schubert -- program notes.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 903208580NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20527561Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 40d74230-9e88-0132-4097-3c075448cc4b
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