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Trilogie, etc.

Author: Don Morris
Edition/Format:   Article : English
Publication:Dance Europe. no. 36 (Dec. 2000), p. 26-29. ill.
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Named Person: Hans van Manen; Eduard Wubbe; Tero Saarinen; Georg Reischl; Ruby Edelman; Jorma Uotinen; Jens Östberg
Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Don Morris
OCLC Number: 47763877
Notes: Reviews of Triliogie, choreographed by Hans van Manen, performed by the Nederlands Dans Theater; Introdans performing works by Tero Saarinen, Jens Östberg, and Jorma Uotinen; Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, performing works by Ed Wubbe, Georg Reischl, and Ruby Edelman; and Het Internationaal Danstheater, a theatrical folk dance troup, performing The gold in Xian.

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