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Interview with John Kelly

Author: John Kelly; Susan Kraft
Publisher: 1994-1995.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Cassette 1. Recorded Dec. 7, 1994. Mr. Kelly disucusses his family background; early interest in art; exposure to music through the church; early feelings relating to sexuality; the place of the artist in society; James Waring; getting scholarships at the American Ballet Theatre school and Harkness House; leaving dance and going to art school; developing an interest in club performances; the invention of his female
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Named Person: James Waring; Pina Bausch; Huck Snyder
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: John Kelly; Susan Kraft
OCLC Number: 35422813
Notes: Interviewed by Susan Kraft at the Dance Collection of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.
For transcript see *MGZMT 3-1845.
Description: 2 sound cassettes (3 hr.) + 1 transcript (85 leaves)

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Cassette 1. Recorded Dec. 7, 1994. Mr. Kelly disucusses his family background; early interest in art; exposure to music through the church; early feelings relating to sexuality; the place of the artist in society; James Waring; getting scholarships at the American Ballet Theatre school and Harkness House; leaving dance and going to art school; developing an interest in club performances; the invention of his female alter ego, Dagmar Onassis; working with the Trockadero Gloxinia Ballet Company; performing at P.S. 122 and Danspace Project; the role of dance in his pieces; abstract versus dramatic movement; Pina Bausch; drag; conflicts with presenters; voice training; financial problems; Huck Synder; the creative process; the role Barbette [from his Light shall lift them].

Cassette 2. Recorded Feb. 8, 1995. Mr. Kelly discusses the development of Pass the blutwurst, bitte; the power of art; funding; the focus on death in his work; AIDS; frustrations in his career; his future plans; critical responses to his work; presenters and the general climate for performers; the National Performance Network; the process of reconstructing Pass the blutwurst, bitte; and criticism.

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