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Overview This collection contains programs from Ballet Nouveau performances.
Overview Collection contains postcards found in with the Carson Brierly Giffin Dance Library Poster collection. The provenance of these items is unknown. Postcards show Spanish dance and the Bill Evans Dance company.
Overview This collection contains (1) large photo of two unidentified dancers and (1) VHS tape titled, "A Creative Community: An Integrated Approach to the Arts."
Overview Beginning in New York City in 1976, the Hannah Kahn Dance Company moved to Colorado in 1988. This collection contains photos, press coverage, programs, and print ephemera.
Overview This collection contains the personal papers of Janine Gastineau, a dance critic. The collection in large part is made up of newspaper clippings of articles written by Gastineau and informational packets on various dance troupes and companies. Also included in the collection is research performed by Gastineau and her co-author Frank Ferguson for a book on Vera-Ellen, a famous musical actress from the 1950s. This book was apparently never completed.
Overview This collection contains materials gathered by Joan Brown. The materials relate to her education at the University of Utah and the University of Colorado, her teaching career with the Denver Public Schools, and her time as Assistant Director of the Denver Public Schools Shakespeare Festival.
Overview This collection contains Katherine Detre's personal notes and papers from her work with the dance community. It also contains programs that Katherine collected along with updates from different places she taught during her career.
Overview This collection contains interviews conducted by David Fullard with peers of Leni Wylliams after his shocking death in 1996. This collection also contains (1) interview conducted with Leni in the summer of 1995.
Overview Maxine Munt was a modern dancer and dance educator who studied at the Bennington School of the Dnace at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont. In 1952, Munt and her husband, Alfred Brooks, opened the Munt-Brooks Studio in New York. In 1966, Munt and Brooks moved to Denver, Colorado and founded a theater called The Changing Scene. Munt died in 2005. The bulk of the collection contains material documenting Munt's time at the Bennington School of the Dance at Bennington College in Bennington,...
- Subject: Modern dance X