Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box D009.0001: Series D009.01 [U186022113845]
Overview This box contains (1) plaque with inscription plates with "Living Legends of Dance" honorees from 2004 to 2018.
File — Box D009.0005: Series D009.03; Series D009.04; Series D009.05; Series D009.06 [U186023267883]
Overview This box contains (7) cassette tapes with 2004 interviews: Alfred Brooks, (2) Lillian Covillo, Florence Ruston, and (3) Vera Sears.
File — Box D009.0007: Series D009.16; Series D009.17 [U186023286887]
Overview This box contains oral histories for the 2017 'Legends of Dance' honorees: Gene GeBauer, Celeste Grynberg, Maria Mosina, Fran Page, Deborah Reshotko, and Damian Woetzel.
Overview This is an artificial collection that contains choregraphy and other forms of dance notes or notation for ballet, modern dance, and social dance (folk dance, square dance, ballroom dance).
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined
Overview Interview with Celeste Grynberg conducted by Joan Brown.
Overview Charlotte Irey talks about her lifetime in dance. She had her first taste of modern dance at the age of 17 when she traveled to Dresden, Germany to study with Mary Wigman. Modern dance was in its infancy at this time (1930s). The dance training that she had did not prepare her for the non-technique modern dance taught by Wigman. Irey enjoyed the study and realized only a few years later how important modern dance class was to her. Irey earned her degree from the University of Wisconsin. Irey...
Overview Interview with President (Beth Carlson) and Vice-President (Patti Boles) of the Colorado Springs Dance Theatre conducted by Sandra Minton.
Overview This folder contains the transcript of the oral history and the program for the memorial service for Katherine Detre.
Overview Denver, Colorado native Dulcy Amter talks about her life in dance beginning with her childhood education and early dance classes. She took classes in elocution because she wanted to be an actress, but after a disappointing year in New York she returned to Denver. While enrolled at Barnes Business School she married Gershon Amter and they raised one child, Ann. Dulcy Amter started attending weekly modern dance classes at the University of Denver. Two years later she was Martha Wilcox's...
Overview Interview with the family of Esther Kenny conducted by Joan Brown.