NamesBoyce, Johanna (Choreographer)McGee, Evi (Dancer)Engelhardt, Helen (Contributor)Williams, Reginald Carroll (Singer)Farlow, Lesley (Dancer)Decillis, Nanette (Dancer)Galilea, Susana (Dancer)Dobbe, Carolyn (Dancer)Miller, Jennifer (Dancer)McWilliams, Diana (Dancer)Sands, Catherine (Dancer)Wendt, Sara (Dancer)Mufson, Susan (Dancer)Vigier, Rachel, 1955- (Dancer)Sandström, Phil (Lighting designer)Hopkins, Gerard Manley, 1844-1889 (Author)Grossman, Bill (Instrumentalist)Walker, Natalie (Costume designer)Solis, Ernesto (Costume designer)Munson, Richard (Composer)Mitchell, Denise (Costume designer)Meadow, Amy (Cinematographer)Klatz, Fred (Composer)Cusmano, Ronnie (Composer)Powers, Will (Composer)Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901 (Composer)Scarlatti, Alessandro, 1660-1725 (Composer)Lum, Glenda (Composer)Johanna Boyce and the Calfwomen (Dancer)Dance Theater Workshop (Producer)Video D Studios (Videographer)Boyce, Johanna (Dancer)Munson, Richard (Instrumentalist)
Dance Theater Workshop Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1990 (Approximate)
Table of ContentsReel 1. What heart heard, ghost guessed (premiere) (ca. 4 min.) / poem, Gerard Manley Hopkins (Spring and fall: to a young child) ; performed by Evi McGee ; read by Helen Engelhardt. Out (1989) (ca. 14 min.) / choreography by Johanna Boyce in collaboration with Reginald Carroll Williams, tenor ; musical direction and accompaniment, Bill Grossman ; music, Handel (excerpts from Tamerlano, Act III), Jack Norworth-Albert von Tilzer ("Take me out to the ball game") ; script consultants, Rebecca Scarpati, Roman Durnisch ; costumes, Natalie Walker, Ernesto Solis ; performed by Johanna Boyce and Reginald Carroll Williams. Women, water and a waltz (Part[s] I, II, III) (1987) (ca. 15 min.) / music composed and played by Richard Munson (Waltz) ; costumes, Denise Mitchell ; performed by Lesley Farlow, Nanette DeCillis, Susana Galilea, Carolyn Dobbe. Salad/no shrinking violets (1989) (ca. 23 min.) / music, Richard Munson (Schutzengelngeschwaetz) ; performed by Luisa Brackett, Carolyn Dobbe, Lesley Farlow, Susana Galilea, Robin Gee, Jennifer Miller [stilt dancer and juggler], Diana McWilliams, Laura Pascual, Catherine Sands, Denise Story, Sara Wendt, Ronda Williams. Reel 2. Surrender, mouth to breast (premiere) (ca. 41 min.) / music, Fred Klatz, Ronnie Cusmano (Rebirth of the beat), Will Powers (Adventures in success), Giuseppe Verdi (excerpt from I Lombardi, sung by Leontyne Price), Raymala (Radiance), Alessandro Scarlatti (G major sonata, K. 427, Longo 286), Glenda Lum (Not talking) ; film, Amy Meadow ; mask image, Judy Levy ; costumes, Natalie Walker ; matriarch's voice, Hope Modelski ; performed by Johanna Boyce, Lesley Farlow, Susana Galilea, Diana McWilliams, Susan Mufson, Catherine Sands, Rachel Vigier, Sara Wendt.
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 4926Shelf locator: *MGZIC 9-5938 (former)
TopicsDance Theater WorkshopChild dancersDanceWhat heart heard, ghost guessed (Choreographic work : Boyce)Out (Choreographic work : Boyce)Women, water and waltz (Choreographic work : Boyce)Salad/no shrinking violets (Choreographic work : Boyce)Surrender, mouth to breast (Choreographic work : Boyce)
NotesStatement of responsibility: presented by Dance Theater Workshop ; choreography by Johanna Boyce.Content: Title from original container ; lacks opening credits.Performers: Danced by Johanna Boyce and the Calfwomen.Venue: Videotaped in performance at Dance Theater Workshop's Bessie Schönberg Theater, New York, on May 18, 1990, by Video D Studios.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 2 videocassettes (U-matic) (97 min.) : sound, color
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPY99-F75NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b13987453Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): e6496d30-4b64-0133-8905-60f81dd2b63c
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