Presents a dancer's perspective as a member of the Graham Group in the 1930s and a Broadway dancer during and after the second World War, sharing insights into the prestigious teacher's educational methods while describing period dance, theater, and politics. Reprint. (Performing Arts)I held the teabowl in my hands and turned it this way and that, looking for the side that had the most beautiful portion of the design. ... Time is taken not only to experience sensorily and relish small details, but also to ask questions and listen to answers. ... In preparing the text, I have turned over in my mind all that has happened, as I would turn over a teabowl when contemplating its history and beauty.
|Title||:||Bird's Eye View|
|Author||:||Dorothy Bird, Joyce Greenberg|
|Publisher||:||University of Pittsburgh Pre - 2002-09-01|