Episodes (1959): Entente Cordiale?

@article{Kane2007EpisodesE,
  title={Episodes (1959): Entente Cordiale?},
  author={Angela Kane},
  journal={Dance Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={25},
  pages={54 - 72}
}
  • Angela Kane
  • Published 2007
  • Dance Research
  • This article investigates Episodes (1959), which was a co-production by the New York City Ballet and the Martha Graham Dance Company. It assesses the immediate and longer-term impact of the work, both conceptually and choreographically, and the extent to which it can be considered 'a historic meeting of two dance worlds', as the New York Post claimed at the time. The article also explores the motivations of the three key figures involved – George Balanchine and Martha Graham as co… CONTINUE READING

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