Christopher Closeup: Jacques D'Amboise #H-637Additional title: 10 Promo #H-637Additional title: National Dance Institute Moving Image Archive
NamesNational Dance Institute (U.S.) (Creator)Catoir, John T (Host)Catoir, John T (Interviewer)D'Amboise, Jacques, 1934- (Interviewee)Blake, Edward (Speaker)Hoesten, Raymond J (Television director)Lopez, Frank (Set designer)Tabachnick, Ken (Lighting designer)Clancy, John (Irish architect, contemporary) (Sound designer)Maletich, Paul (Videographer)Christopher Productions (Presenter)National Dance Institute (U.S.) (Presenter)National Dance Institute (U.S.) (Performer)
National Dance Institute Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Created: 2002
Table of ContentsPromo introduction -- Interview with introduction by Ed Blake.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 3823
TopicsD'Amboise, Jacques, 1934-National Dance Institute (U.S.)Dance for children -- New York (State) -- New YorkPerforming arts and children -- New York (State) -- New York
GenresFilmed danceFilmed performancesInterviews
NotesStatement of responsibility: directed by Raymond J. Hoesten ; A Christopher Production.Content: Title from original videocassette label.Content: Dance clips include: Making Peanut Butter from Sesame Street with National Dance Institute dancers, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (MGM 1954), and National Dance Institute performance of We Real Cool.Content: Show #519.Creation/production credits: Set designer, Frank Lopez ; lighting designer, Ken Tabachnick ; technical director, Frank D'Acunto ; audio, John Clancy ; video, Paul Maletich.Venue: Videotaped during interview at Television Studio, New York, N.Y., 2002.Acquisition: Gift; Jacques D'Amboise ; 2012.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (VHS) (31 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
DescriptionJacques D'Amboise discusses his National Dance Institute (NDI); learning about excellence; how dance and the arts transformed him as a child; how children react to NDI; D'Amboise's background as a dancer; being a dancer, choreographer, and teacher; his family; how schools should do more in the Fine Arts; his final thoughts include living in the present and that you should always do your best; concludes with a summary and bible passage from Rev. John Catoir.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 906581218NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20593210Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 6e3593c0-4aa7-0133-6c54-60f81dd2b63c
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