White Oak Dance Project: Past Forward Program A, Princeton, wide shot, 2000-08-03Additional title: Huddle (Choreographic work : Forti)Additional title: Chair (Choreographic work : Gordon)Additional title: Homemade (Choreographic work : Brown)Additional title: Satisfyin lover (Choreographic work : Paxton)Additional title: Single duet (Choreographic work : Hay)Additional title: After many a summer dies the swan (Choreographic work : Rainer)
NamesBaryshnikov, Mikhail, 1948- (Narrator)Baryshnikov, Mikhail, 1948- (Dancer)Aedo, Raquel (Dancer)Coates, Emily (Dancer)LeBlanc, Rosalynde (Dancer)Lomeka, Michael (Dancer)Phuon, Emmanuèle (Dancer)Forti, Simone (Interviewee)Forti, Simone (Choreographer)Gordon, David, 1936- (Choreographer)Gordon, David, 1936- (Director)Brown, Trisha, 1936- (Choreographer)Paxton, Steve (Interviewee)Paxton, Steve (Choreographer)Hay, Deborah, 1941- (Dancer)Hay, Deborah, 1941- (Choreographer)Rainer, Yvonne, 1934- (Choreographer)Tipton, Jennifer (Lighting designer)Atlas, Charles (Film producer)Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827 (Composer)Grieg, Edvard, 1843-1907 (Composer)Turner, Tina (Performer)White Oak Dance Project (Dancer)Ike and Tina Turner Revue (Performer)
Mikhail Baryshnikov Video Archive
Dates / OriginDate Created: 2000-08-03
Table of ContentsHuddle (Simone Forti, choreographer) -- Chair (David Gordon, choreographer; John Philip Sousa, composer) -- Homemade (Trisha Brown, choreographer) -- Satisfyin Lover (Steve Paxton, choreographer) -- Single Duet (Deborah Hay, choreographer; Jennifer Tipton, lighting designer; Morton Feldman, composer) -- After Many a Summer Dies the Swan (Yvonne Rainer, choreographer; Edvard Grieg, Ludwig van Beethoven, composers; Tina Turner, performer)
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZIDF 140
TopicsDanceBaryshnikov, Mikhail, 1948-White Oak Dance ProjectSousa, John Philip, 1854-1932. Stars and stripes forever
GenresFilmed performancesFilmed danceMusicInterviews
NotesContent: Title and date transcribed from videocassette label.Content: Poor visual quality, with camera wobble at 41:22.Content: "Homemade" is cut short; "After Many..." cuts to blue screen before restart.Venue: Recorded 2000 August 3. Princeton, New Jersey.Acquisition: Gift; Mikhail Baryshnikov, 2011.
Physical DescriptionVideocassetteExtent: 1 videocassette (VHS) (92 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
DescriptionMikhail Baryshnikov and White Oak Dance Project perform Past Forward, a retrospective and celebration of Judson Dance. Live performance alternates with video sequences, created by Charles Atlas and narrated by Baryshnikov. This video details how Judson fit within the cultural landscape of the 1960s. Stills and video interviews bracket the performance of live works, explained in part by its choreographer. Public participation is part of the program: local dancers, students, and community members take part in several works. This recording contains content similar to *MGZIDF 139: however, the performance is filmed in a wide shot throughout. Also, the technical issue with "Homemade" alluded to in that recording is captured here, along with an announcement that the piece will be omitted. Like the parallel recording, this tape stops at 50:35 for several seconds of blue screen before restarting "After Many a Summer Dies the Swan". Poor visual quality overall.
Type of ResourceMoving image
IdentifiersNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20170941Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): f2916630-e84f-0131-d337-3c075448cc4b
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