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Men die sooner [and] Endance [videorecording]

Author: Clarice Marshall; John Sanborn; Blue Gene Tyranny; Brian Danitz; Niles Siegel
Publisher: ©1988.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : NTSC color broadcast system : U-matic   Visual material : English
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Named Person: Ann Magnuson; Tom Cayler; Timothy Buckley; Rachelle Bornstein; Jeni Breen; Thom Fogarty; Tamar Kotoske; Maria Lakis; Mary Richter; Elisabeth Roux; Burton Supree; Wendy Perron; Chris Callis
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Clarice Marshall; John Sanborn; Blue Gene Tyranny; Brian Danitz; Niles Siegel
OCLC Number: 78868403
Notes: Telecast on the Alive from Off-Center series (program #403), produced by KTCA-TV/Minneapolis-St. Paul. Producer: John Ligon. Executive producer: John Schott. Executive in charge: Gerald Richman.
SUMMARY: Prologue and two videos featuring performance art and dance.
Description: 1 cassette. 28 min. : sd. color and b&w NTSC. ; 3/4 in. (U-matic)
Contents: CONTENTS: Prologue (approx. 4 min.). Director: Rocky Schenk. Perf. by Ann Magnuson and Skip E. Lowe. --
Men die sooner (approx. 14 min.). Producer/director: Niles Siegel. Director of photography: Gordon Minard. Created and written by Clarice Marshall, Kay Cummings, and Tom Cayler. Choreography: Clarice Marshall. Art direction: Marylyn Modny. Recorded on location at Henry Street Settlement, New York. Perf. by Tom Cayler, with Carole R. Davis (fantasy woman). --
Endance (approx. 9 min.). Director: John Sanborn. Director of photography: Brian Danitz. Choreography: Timothy Buckley. Music: "Blue" Gene Tyranny. Video excerpts: K. O. Beckman. Perf. by Buckley, Rocky Bornstein, Jeni Breen, Thom Fogarty, Tamar Kotoske, Maria Lakis, Siggi Macha, Kalle Mews, Karen Pearlman, Mary Richter, and Elisabeth Roux. Also appearing in the video as commentators are Burt Supree, Wendy Perron, Chris Callis, and Angel Dean.

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