Dance -- Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
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 Darlene Handler conducted by Michelle O'Bryan Hamel.
Overview Interview with Debbie Stark conducted by Darlene Handler.
Overview Gloria Kubel recounts her early dance training and dance classes at Sarah Lawrence College where she studied under Bessie Schonberg, and guest teachers, Charles Weidman, Alwin Nikolais, Ruth Currier and Kathryn Litz. Her degree was in education but after marrying in 1957 and moving to Denver, Colorado in 1959 she decided to work in the field of dance. Kubel discusses taking classes from and teaching under Rhoda Gersten. She began teaching dance in 1965. In 1971 Rita Berger, the head of the...
Overview Interview with Henry Miles conducted by Sandra Minton.
Overview Interview with Hope Moore Waggoner conducted by Joan Brown.
Overview Interview with Howard Sayette conducted by Julia Wilkinson Manley.
Overview This folder contains a floppy disk, correspondence, a program from memorial service, and a transcript relating to the oral history given by Charlotte York Irey.
Overview Interview with Jane Slusarski-Harris conduted by Sandra Minton.
Overview Interview with Jerry Rumley conducted by Joan Brown.