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The Shakers

Author: Ernestine StodelleAmy ReuschStephanie ClemensDoris HumphreyGail CorbinAll authors
Publisher: Pennington, N.J. : Princeton Book Co., Publishers, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Restaging of Doris Humphrey's The Shakers, performed by students at the 5th annual Doris Humphrey Technique Workshop in Oak Park, III. Footage from Gail Corbin's preparatory rehearsals with the students provides a detailed breakdown and analysis of the choreography. Ernestine Stodelle's coaching, given after she had viewed a dress rehearsal, is illustrated with still photographs depicting the Shakers' life and arts,  Read more...
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Named Person: Doris Humphrey
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ernestine Stodelle; Amy Reusch; Stephanie Clemens; Doris Humphrey; Gail Corbin; Siobhan Simisky; Karim Simisky; Pauline Lawrence; Michael Dutka; Debra Cannarella; June Hines; Barbara Hausler; Shannon Buckholz; Imberly Pfaffmann; Raphaelle Ziemba; Judith Chitwood; Cathy Connal; Regina Wilken; Larry Ippel; Denise Nakaji; Cameron Jarrett; Doris Humphrey Society.; Princeton Book Company.; Momenta Performing Arts Company.; Reusch Dance Video (Firm); National Initiative to Preserve American Dance.
ISBN: 9780871273109 0871273101
OCLC Number: 263936790
Notes: A Dance Horizons Video.
Project made possible by a grant from the National Initiative to Preserve American Dance (NIPAD), a project underwritten by the Pew Charitable Trusts and administered at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Credits: Preparatory coaching, Gail Corbin, assisted by Siobhan Simisky and Karim Simisky ; final coaching, Ernestine Stodelle ; music, traditional ; costumes after original designs by Pauline Lawrence ; lighting, Mike Dutka.
Performer(s): Danced by Stephanie Clemens (eldress) ; Debra Cannarella, June Hines, Barbara Hausler, Shannon Buckholz, Imberly Pfaffmann, Raphaelle Ziemba (women) ; Judith Chitwood, Cathy Connal, Regina Wilken, Larry Ippel, Denise Nakaji, Cameron Jarrett (men).
Event notes: Videotaped in rehearsal at the Doris Humphrey Memorial Theater, Academy of Movement and Music, Oak Park, III., during the 5th annual Doris Humphrey Technique Workshop, coordinated by the National Doris Humphrey Society in August 1994, and in performance at the Doris Humphrey Memorial Theater on August 6, 1994, at the conclusion of the workshop.
Description: 1 videodisc (91 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Responsibility: presented by the National Doris Humphrey Society in collaboration with Princeton Book Company, Publishers, Momenta Performing Arts Company, Ernestine Stodelle and Reusch DanceVideo ; artistic direction and coaching commentaries by Ernestine Stodelle ; video director, Amy Reusch ; project director, Stephanie Clemens ; choreography by Doris Humphrey (1931), reconstructed by Ernestine Stodelle in 1986.

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Restaging of Doris Humphrey's The Shakers, performed by students at the 5th annual Doris Humphrey Technique Workshop in Oak Park, III. Footage from Gail Corbin's preparatory rehearsals with the students provides a detailed breakdown and analysis of the choreography. Ernestine Stodelle's coaching, given after she had viewed a dress rehearsal, is illustrated with still photographs depicting the Shakers' life and arts, and rehearsal and performance excerpts. A full performance of the work concludes the disc. This disc is not intended as a means of learning the choreography, nor as a replacement for the notation score or a coach. All works by Doris Humphrey are copyrighted, and permission to perform them must be obtained from her son Charles Humphrey Woodford.

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