About Gelsey Kirkland
Posted 29 March 1999 - 12:34 AM
There was a Kirkland thread in the Greatest Performances Forum. I'm going to go there now and post something just to put the thread back in action. (And, by the way, please note that if you go to the top of the Board where it says show posts for X days, you can go all the way down to a year; if you do that, you'll get all the threads. On the Greatest Performances Forum, at least, there might be some things of interest that people who weren't here in October or November would like to read.
Posted 02 April 1999 - 07:21 AM
[This message has been edited by pdance (edited April 02, 1999).]
Posted 02 April 1999 - 09:36 AM
Any dancer I've ever talked to who had the chance to work with a great artist has found it one of the most exciting and important experiences in their life. So I hope you get your scholarship, and that you don't hold the book against her. (She would have had a lot of help writing the book, you konw, and they would have been anxious to put the most sensational stuff in it.)
Posted 04 April 1999 - 07:37 AM
Posted 16 April 1999 - 02:46 PM
Posted 16 April 1999 - 06:27 PM
I think that somewhere else, you (pdance) had asked about Darcey Bussell's book? I've found it for you. It's called "Life in Dance," by Darcey Bussell. The publisher is CenturyTa London publisher, but I'm sure it will be available over here. If not, and it's not in your library, you could ask someone to try David Leonard's site, dance books, at [url="http://"http://www.dancebooks.co.uk"]www.dancebooks.co.uk[/url] . I think she's had a simpler life (but don't take everything she says about her roles as Gospel).
P.S. If anyone else wants to answer this post, or talk more about Gelsey Kirkland, could you PLEASE START A NEW THREAD? THANKS.
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