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#1 Ljonesxoxo

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Posted 15 January 2004 - 08:20 AM

Does anyone know of ballets with Susan Jaffe in them ? ( not like the movie Angie she danced in) Actual ballets. Thanks

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Posted 15 January 2004 - 08:26 AM

rg answered this question here.

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Posted 15 January 2004 - 08:33 AM

thanks

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Posted 15 January 2004 - 08:58 AM

a number have been (or are now still) on the commercial market:

American Ballet Theatre at the Met [videorecording] / WNET/13 ; director, Brian Large.
Notes :Danced by members of American Ballet Theatre.
Les sylphides / choreography, Mikhail Fokin ; music, Chopin ; scenery, Alexandre Benois ; danced by Marianna Tcherkassky, Cynthia Harvey, Cheryl Yeager, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and ensemble.
Triad / choreography, Kenneth MacMillan ; music, Sergei Prokofiev ; danced by Amanda McKerrow, Robert La Fosse, and Johan Renvall, with John Gardner, John Turjoman, and Craig Wright.
Paquita / choreography, staged by Natalia Makarova after Marius Petipa ; music, Ludwig Minkus, orchestrated by John Lanchbery ; costumes, Theoni V. Aldredge ; danced by Cynthia Gregory and Fernando Bujones, with Leslie Browne, Susan Jaffe, Cynthia Harvey, Deirdre Carberry, and ensemble.
Videotaped in performance at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, in 1984. Telecast on February 22, 1985 on the Dance in America series by WNET/13, New York.

American Ballet Theatre in San Francisco 1985.
105 min. : sd. color
Notes : A National Video Corporation production. Producer: Robin Scott. Distributed by Home Vision, Chicago, Ill. Directed for television by Brian Large.
Live performance from the War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, recorded March 1, 1985.
Danced by artists of American Ballet Theatre.
CONTENTS. - Airs. Choreography: Paul Taylor. Music: George Frideric Handel. Costumes: Gene Moore. Lighting: Jennifer Tipton. Danced by Lisa Rinehart, Kristine Soleri, Anna Spelman, Christine Spizzo, Peter Fonseca, Johan Renvall, Thomas Titone. - Le jardin aux lilas (Lilac garden) Choreography: Antony Tudor. Music: Ernest Chausson. Scenery and lighting: Tim Lingwood. Costumes: Raymond Sovey. Danced by Leslie Browne, Martine van Hamel, Robert La Fosse, Michael Owen. - Swan lake, Act III: Black swan pas de deux. Choreography: Marius Petipa. Music: Peter Tchaikovsky. Scenery: William Pitkin. Costumes: Nicholas Georgiadis. Danced by Cynthia Gregory and Fernando Bujones. - Romeo and Juliet, Act I: Balcony scene pas de deux. Choreography: Kenneth MacMillan. Music: Sergei Prokofiev. Danced by Natalia Makarova and Kevin McKenzie. - Great galloping Gottschalk. Choreography: Lynne Taylor-Corbett. Music: Louis Moreau Gottschalk. Costumes: Gretchen Ward Warren. Lighting: David K. H. Elliott. Danced by Susan Jaffe, Elaine Kudo, Deirdre Carberry, Lisa Lockwood, Christine Spizzo, Kristine Soleri, Robert La Fosse, Gil Boggs, and Johan Renvall.

Title :Balanchine Celebration, part two [videorecording] / produced by Thirteen/WNET in association with New York City Ballet, NVC Arts, and NOS Television ; directed by Matthew Diamond ; produced by Judy Kinberg ; choreography by George Balanchine.
New York, N.Y. : Thirteen/WNET, c1993.
(86 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequenceNotes : Host: Robert MacNeil.
Performed by New York City Ballet with guest artists.
Conductors: Hugo Fiorato, Gordon Boelzner, and Maurice Kaplow.
Executive producer, Jac Venza ; writer, Holly Brubach ; lighting, Mark Stanley.
Western symphony: Fourth movement, Rondo / music, Hershy Kay ; scenery, John Boyt ; costumes, Karinska ; danced by Susan Jaffe (American Ballet Theatre), Nikolaj Hübbe, and ensemble.
Agon: selections / music, Igor Stravinsky ; danced by Peter Boal, Zippora Karz, and Kathleen Tracey (first pas de trois) ; Albert Evans, Arch Higgins, and Wendy Whelan (second pas de trois) ; Darcey Bussell (Royal Ballet) and Lindsay Fischer (pas de deux).
Who cares?: selections / music, George Gershwin ; cast: The man I love: Viviana Durante (Royal Ballet) and Robert La Fosse ; I'll build a stairway to paradise: Lourdes Lopez ; Embraceable you: Heather Watts and Jock Soto ; Fascinatin' rhythm: Judith Fugate ; Who cares?: Melinda Roy and Ronald Perry (Dance Theatre of Harlem) ; My one and only: Elizabeth Loscavio (San Francisco Ballet) ; Liza: Jeremy Collins (American Ballet Theatre) ;Who cares?: I got rhythm / danced by entire cast and ensemble.
Stars and stripes: Fourth and fifth campaigns / music, John Philip Sousa, adapted and orchestrated by Hershy Kay ; danced by Margaret Tracey, Damian Woetzel, and ensemble.
Closing speech and toast by Peter Martins, with Lincoln Kirstein, Jerome Robbins, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and company members.
Performance recorded at New York State Theater, New York, on June 27, 1993. Telecast by Thirteen/WNET on the Great Performances: Dance in America series.
Second part of the closing night program of the New York City Ballet's Balanchine Celebration. For the first part of this telecast, see: *MGZIC 9-4138. In addition to performance footage, this telecast includes comments by ballet master in chief Peter Martins, archival footage of Balanchine, and reminiscences by dancers Melinda Roy, Lourdes Lopez, Judith Fugate, Diana White, Maria Calegari, Darci Kistler, Katrina Killian, and Heléne Alexopoulos.

Baryshnikov by Tharp with American Ballet Theatre [videorecording] / WNET/Thirteen ; directed by Don Mischer and Twyla Tharp ; produced by Don Mischer ; written by Twyla Tharp and Peter Elbling ; choreography by Twyla Tharp.
New York, N.Y. : WNET/Thirteen, 1984.
(57 min.) : sd., col.
Danced by Mikhail Baryshnikov and members of American Ballet Theatre.
Set design, Romain Johnston ; lighting, William Klages.
The little ballet / music, Aleksandr Glazunov ; costumes, Santo Loquasto ; danced by Mikhail Baryshnikov, Deirdre Carberry, Elaine Kudo, Amanda McKerrow and Nancy Raffa.
Sinatra suite / music, five Frank Sinatra songs ; costumes, Oscar de la Renta ; danced by Mikhail Baryshnikov and Elaine Kudo.
Push comes to shove / music, Joseph Lamb and Joseph Haydn ; costumes, Santo Loquasto ; danced by Mikhail Baryshnikov, Susan Jaffe, Elaine Kudo, Robert La Fosse, and Cheryl Yeager.
Telecast on the Dance in America series by WNET/13, New York, on October 5, 1984.

Variety and virtuosity : American Ballet Theatre now / produced by Thirteen/WNET in association with RM Associates ; produced by Judy Kinberg ; ballets directed by Thomas Grimm ; documentary directed by Judy Kinberg.
New York, N.Y. : Thirteen/WNET, c1998.
(87 min.) : sd., col. Danced by American Ballet Theatre.
Music performed by the American Ballet Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Jack Everly ; violin soloist, Ron Oakland ; piano soloist, Barbara Bilach.
Introduction by Natalia Makarova.
Interviewees: Susan Jaffe, José Manuel Carreño, Kevin McKenzie, John Gardner, Amanda McKerrow, Julie Kent, Robert Hill, Vladimir Malakhov, Alessandra Ferri, Julio Bocca, Paloma Herrera, Angel Corella, Ethan Stiefel.
Editor, Girish Bhargava ; lighting director, Alan Adelman ; executive producer, Jac Venza.
Polonaise from The sleeping beauty / choreography after Marius Petipa, staged by Kenneth MacMillan ; music, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky ; set and costumes, Nicholas Georgiadis ; lighting, Thomas Skelton ; danced by the Company.
Black swan pas de deux from Swan lake / choreography after Marius Petipa ; music, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky ; costumes, José Coronado ; danced by Susan Jaffe and José Manuel Carreño.
Pas de deux from The leaves are fading / choreography, Antony Tudor ; music, Antonín Dvorák ; set, Ming Cho Lee ; costumes, Patricia Zipprodt ; lighting, Jennifer Tipton ; danced by Amanda McKerrow and John Gardner.
Pas de deux from Cruel world / choreography, James Kudelka ; music, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky ; costumes, Carmen Alie, Denis Lavoie ; lighting, Scott Zielinski ; danced by Julie Kent and Robert Hill.
Remanso / choreography, set, costumes, lighting, Nacho Duato ; music, Enrique Granados ; associate lighting designer, Brad Fields ; danced by Vladimir Malakhov, Parrish Maynard, and Keith Roberts.
Balcony pas de deux from Romeo and Juliet / choreography, Kenneth MacMillan ; music, Sergey Prokofiev ; set and costumes, Nicholas Georgiadis ; lighting, Thomas Skelton ; danced by Alessandra Ferri and Julio Bocca.
Grand pas de deux from Don Quixote / choreography after Marius Petipa ; music, Léon Minkus ; costumes, Santo Loquasto ; danced by Paloma Herrera and Angel Corella.
Third movement from Bruch violin concerto no. 1 / choreography, Clark Tippet ; music, Max Bruch ; set, Zack Brown ; costumes, Dain Marcus ; lighting, Jennifer Tipton ; danced by Ashley Tuttle and Ethan Stiefel, Julie Kent and Robert Hill, Paloma Herrera and Keith Roberts, Yan Chen and Angel Corella, and Company.
Ballets videotaped in performance at City Center, New York, in November 1997. Telecast by Thirteen/WNET on the Great Performances: Dance in America series on May 27, 1998.
A sampling of American Ballet Theatre's current repertory, represented by seven excerpts and a full ballet, Remanso, danced by an array of the company's principal dancers. Interspersed with the ballets are commentaries by Kevin McKenzie, artistic director of American Ballet Theater, and twelve leading dancers, who discuss the ballets they perform on the tape, and their experiences and perceptions as members of the company.

these are library listings, you might try finding these videotapes on someplace like amazon.com perhaps using the title or 'susan jaffe' as a search feature.


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