2 edition of Erika Thimey found in the catalog.
Dianne Patricia Hunt
|Statement||by Dianne Patricia Hunt.|
|Contributions||Thimey, Erika, 1910-2006.|
|LC Classifications||GV1785.T45 H86 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||00266431|
Saturday, February 25 – “Rhythmic Legacies,” a mix of traditions, dance and storytelling presented by The Erika Thimey Dance & Theater Company. Family. 2 p.m. Kensington Park Library, Knowles Ave. The Brownstone Poets presents Leslie Prosterman and Nathan A. Versace on Saturday, November 10 at p.m. at the newly renovated Park Plaza Restaurant in historic Brooklyn Heights. Enjoy the varied menu at this affordable family-run diner while listening to great poetry. Poetry grows in Brooklyn Heights and there's an open mic as well. The.
Pictured: Susan Rethorst, Eleanor Goudie-Averill, David Konyk and Hedy Weyland Credit: Zornitsa Stoyanova. Philadelphia Dance Projects opens its season by presenting perceiving the ‘just this’-ness, a world premiere by New York choreographer Susan Rethorst, whose work has been called “meticulously made, sensually satisfying and thrumming with possibilities” by The New York Times. ROBERTA PIKSER started performing with Erika Thimey’s Dance Theatre of Washington, D. C. In New York, she worked with Chuck Davis, Eleo Pomare and various children’s theatre groups. She was a recipient of a federal CETA grant and performed a one woman show of poetry and dance in hospitals and nursing homes throughout NYC.
Biography Gerda Peterich () was a lecturer in art history and director of the Photographic Archives at Syracuse University from to In December the Erika Thimey Dance and Theater Company will present a dance concert created around Snapshots and Dances, at which Prosterman will also perform and read. A cultural activist in the conservation of grassroots culture and civil society, she is also a sometime student of trapeze.
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Erika Thimey is credited, along with Ruth St. Denis, as one of the founders of the liturgical dance movement in the United States. Born in Germany, Erika trained with the renowned Mary Wigman.
She came to the U.S. in and became an influential performer and : Dianne Patricia Hunt. Erika Thimey () was a modern dancer, choreographer, and founder of the Children's Dance Theatre touring group, which presented modern dance in a child-friendly format.
The Erika Thimey papers hold correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, programs, and Children's Dance Theatre tour files. Erika Thimey: A Life of Dance, a Dance of Life on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Erika Thimey is credited, along with Ruth St. Denis, as one of the founders of the liturgical dance movement in the United States.
Born in GermanyManufacturer: Erika Thimey Dance & Theatre Co. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Erika Thimey () was a modern dancer, choreographer, and founder of the Children's Dance Theatre touring group, which presented modern dance in a child-friendly format.
The Erika Thimey papers hold correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, programs, and Children's Dance Theatre tour files. less. Director of Chalice Dancers Sharon Werth.
Sharon Werth has been dancing since her youth. She was a Dance Major at California State University at Long Beach. Upon moving to the DC area, she danced with The Erika Thimey Dance Theater from (when Erika retired). Erika Thimey was a pioneer in the Sacred Dance form since the s.
He co-founded the Erika Thimey Dance and Theater Company. While at the Anacostia Community Museum, he worked on exhibitions such as Blacks in the Westward Movement and Black Women: Achievement Against the Odds, alongside Louise Daniel Hutchinson. He retired in September,as director emeritus.
The Erika Thimey collection (MS ) Thimey operated a dance school and affiliated performance groups for children and adults for more than 40 years.
The collection is sprawling and comprises scrapbooks, performance pro-grams, financial records, audio recordings on vinyl and magnetic tape, videotapes, and more. She also danced with the Erika Thimey dance group in Washington during the early 's as well as a decade later, after moving to Fairfax, Virginia, in.
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Costume sketch for a production of Aladdin, from the Erika Thimey collection (MS ) This orientation is an introduction to using the Kiplinger Research Library, with a focus on resources relating to theater, dance, music, and other performing arts here in Washington, D.C.
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Manage communications, outreach and will manage Web site for legacy company of dance pioneer Erika Thimey. The Board has authored a book, has seveal videos, both new and archival, sponsors an arts Title: at. My background in dance includes studies with the Cincinnati Ballet as a child, high school training in ballet and jazz with Jack Louiso, and Modern Dance classes with Erika Thimey and Jan Van Dyke during college in Washington, DC.
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF. Main Mailing Address Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, DC [email protected] (call, text, fax). This book for young readers combines a short biography of the dancer and choreographer with Glover's comments on his life and art.
The design tries to capture in pictures and typography the dynamic and funky style of his performances. Dianne Hunt. Erika Thimey: A Life in Dance, A Dance of Life.
x + pp. Illustrated. Washington, D.C. My parents provided me with modern dance lessons from Erika Thimey, a German-born dance teacher who offered the gift of creativity to her students. I learned the expressive ways the body can move and acquire the discipline that is needed to hone my muscles.
the Erika Thimey Dance and Theater Company (and of course an SDG member!) notes that Thimey brought “Wigman’s philosophy of improvisation, creativity and exacting, expressive physical training to the new discipline of modern dance.” Following Wigman to the United States inThimey started off in Chicago but eventually was drawn by Martha.
It will include an installation video, photos, artifacts, and profiles of some scholars who had to be cut from the film, for example, one of the few female scholars, Erika Thimey, a dancer and choreographer at Howard.
Issues raised in the film will also be a focus of the exhibit, said Fischler. Erika Thimey had also graduated from the Wigman School and developed a gentle dance training.
Pola’s system of training demanded endurance, strength, physical power, and a dramatic intensity. Her natural musicality lent an affinity toward Doris Humphrey’s style, yet there was a dark and passionate current that permeated her work.Ruth Dennis was born in Newark in of Irish-American parents, and while absorbing early instruction from Karl Marwig, a social dance teacher, a book on Delsarte, and Maria Bonfanti, the aging star of The Black Crook, she participated 88 in an array of theatrical activity, high-kicking, skirt- dancing, acrobatics, as well as appearing on the.