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Fridays at Noon: Historic and Significant Female Solos, 1928-1954

Fridays at Noon:  Historic and Significant Female Solos, 1928-1954




92nd Street Y
Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
New York, NY


Friday, April 22, 2016 - 12:00pm




Danced by Jennifer Conley, Kim Jones, Ella Rosewood and Meggi Sweeney, hithertofore many rarely viewed solos by choreographers Katherine Dunham, Jane Dudley (Harmonica Breakdown, 1938), Martha Graham (Imperial Gesture, 1935), Doris Humphrey (The Call/Breath of Fire, 1929-30 and Two Ecstatic Themes, 1931), Louise Kloepper (Statement of Dissent, 1938), Anna Sokolow (As I remember, 1936-1941 and Lyric Suite, 1954) and Helen Tamiris (Negro Spirituals 1928-1932). Live music performed by pianist, Pat Daughtery.


Photo Credit: Meggie Sweeney by A.Silver Photography

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