Wigman, Mary, 1886-1973
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: D088.0001
Abstract This box contains (1) leatherette binder with (1) program and (192) silver gelatin prints depicting Mary Wigman's choreography for Gluck's production of "Orpheus and Eurydice" in the Dreilinden opera house on March 22, 1947.
Abstract Souvenir program for the Mary Wigman and her Dance Group's performance in [1932?] at Carnegie Hall in New York (N.Y.). Principal performers: Mary Wigman, Katia Bakalinskaja, Bella Chason, Gretl Curth, Erika Czollek, Meta Menz, Pola Nirenska...[and others]. Presented by: S. Hurok. Works performed include: Hymnus I (Aufbruch) -- Das Tor (The Gate) -- Nachtgesang (Songs of the night) -- Traumvogel (Dreams) -- Schatten (Shadows) -- Pastorale (II) -- Intermezzo -- Hymnus II (Ruckkeehr) (Return). ...
Dates: circa 1932
Abstract The collection includes a pasted program of the event, 15 b/w original photographic portraits of Mary Wigman* (two large: 5 6/8 x 4 3/8, and 5 3/8 x 3 3/8", and 13 smaller: 3 3/8 x 2"), 9 silver gelatin prints showing the choregrapher amidst her dancers (2 x 3 3/8"), and two depicting German conductor Heinz Bongartz, with costume designer Gerda Schulte (4 1/2 x 3 2/8"). The remaining 166 photographs depict the path, development and flow of the opera from scene to scene. They feature Wigman's...
Abstract (1) leatherette binder with (1) program and (192) silver gelatin prints depicting Mary Wigman's choreography for Gluck's production of "Orpheus and Eurydice" in the Dreilinden opera house on March 22, 1947.
Abstract Photograph of Mary Wigman performing ''Tanz in der Stille''.
Dates: between 1930 November-1945 December