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Othello

Author: Lar LubovitchElliot GoldenthalGeorge TsypinAnn Hould-WardPat CollinsAll authors
Publisher: ©1998.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Subtitled "a dance in three acts." According to the program note, the ballet was "adapted by Lar Lubovitch from a story originated by Geraldi Cintio in the Hecatommithi (Hundred Tales), published in Venice in 1566, and William Shakespeare's play Othello, the Moor of Venice, written around 1602, whose characters and basic plot were adapted from the Cintio tale."
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Genre/Form: Dance
Video
Named Person: Desmond Richardson; Parrish Maynard; Keith Roberts; Sandra Brown; Kathleen Moore; Christina Fagundes; Tamara Barden; Rebecca Massey; Stephanie Walz; Griff Braun; Brian Reeder; Emil De Cou
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lar Lubovitch; Elliot Goldenthal; George Tsypin; Ann Hould-Ward; Pat Collins; Ginger Thatcher; William Shakespeare; Jay Millard; American Ballet Theatre.; San Francisco Ballet.; Lar Lubovitch Dance Company.; National Initiative to Preserve American Dance.; Harmill Communications.; New York Public Library. Dance Collection.
OCLC Number: 84362605
Notes: Accompanied by house program.
Recording made possible by the cooperation of American Ballet Theatre, Lar Lubovitch and the Metropolitan Opera House.
Credits: Assistant choreographer, Ginger Thatcher ; scenery, George Tsypin ; costumes, Ann Hould-Ward ; lighting, Pat Collins ; projections, Wendall K. Harrington.
Cast: Desmond Richardson (Othello) ; Parrish Maynard (Iago) ; Keith Roberts (Cassio) ; Sandra Brown (Desdemona) ; Kathleen Moore (Emilia) ; Christina Fagundes (Bianca) ; Tamara Barden, Rebecca Massey, Stephanie Walz, Griff Braun, Brian Reeder (commedia dancers) ; with Stella Abrera, Jennifer Alexander, Erin Baiano, Marian Butler, Michael Cusumano, Irene D'Amestoy, Joaquin de Luz, Andrei Dokukin, Jonathon Fagan, Elizabeth Ferrell, Erica Fischbach, Mark Grothman, Stefanie Hamburg, Casey Herd, Vladimir Kalinin, Denise Lewis, Clinton Luckett, Christopher Martin, Laura Martin, Sara Mau, Justin Morris, Johanna Snyder, Sean Stewart, Yu Xin, Olga Yaroslavtzeva (Venetian courtiers, children, attendants, guards, people of Cyprus) ; Bella Moscovich, Jose Sebastian (children).
Performer(s): Danced by American Ballet Theatre.
Conductor: Emil de Cou.
Event notes: Videotaped in performance at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, on June 9, 1998, by Harmill Communications Incorporated ; camera/editor, Jay Millard.
Description: 1 videocassette (90 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Contents: Act I. Prologue, the Cathedral San Marco in Venice --
Scene I, a great hall in the Palace of the Doges --
Act II, a seaport in Cyprus --
Act III, Scene I, Othello's chambers --
Scene II, Desdemona's bedroom.
Responsibility: [presented by] American Ballet Theatre ; produced by American Ballet Theatre and San Francisco Ballet in collaboration with the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company ; choreography by Lar Lubovitch ; music by Elliot B. Goldenthal.

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Subtitled "a dance in three acts." According to the program note, the ballet was "adapted by Lar Lubovitch from a story originated by Geraldi Cintio in the Hecatommithi (Hundred Tales), published in Venice in 1566, and William Shakespeare's play Othello, the Moor of Venice, written around 1602, whose characters and basic plot were adapted from the Cintio tale."

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