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Kirkland/Baryshnikov Video


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#1 atm711

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Posted 27 April 2001 - 03:08 PM

In her book, "Dancing on my Grave", Kirkland writes of a "Live From Lincoln Center" performance of herself and Baryshnikov in "Theme and Variations"; also on the program was Bujones in the "Don Q" PDD. Does anyone know anything about this Video?

#2 Mme. Hermine

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Posted 27 April 2001 - 07:00 PM

here you are! however it's not available on video, so you have to look for someone who has it!
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Title ABT: Live from Lincoln Center (Videotape)
Imprint 1978.


Descript 3 cassettes (U-matic) 165 min. : sd. color. ; 3/4 in NTSC.
Note Telecast on WNET-TV's Live from Lincoln Center in May, 1978.
Executive producer: John Goberman. Producer: Emile Ardolino. Director: Kirk Browning. Intermission director: Robert Schwartz. Writer: Tobi Tobias. Host: Robert McNeill. Performed by American Ballet Theatre.
Contents CONTENTS. - Reel 1. Les Sylphides. Choreography: Michel Fokine. Music: Chopin (Orchestrated by Benjamin Britten). Lighting: Nananne Porcher. Scenery: Alexandre Benois. Leading roles danced by Eleanor D'Antuono, Rebecca Wright, Marianna Tcherkassky, and Ivan Nagy. Don Quixote: Grand pas de deux. Choreography: After Marius Petipa. Music: Ludwig Minkus. Danced by Natalia Makarova, and Fernando Bujones. Interviews with Natalia Makarova, Fernando Bujones, and Erik Bruhn. - Reel 2. Interview with Erik Bruhn (continued from reel 1). Theme and variations. Choreography: George Balanchine. Music: Tchaikovsky. Costumes: Desmond Heeley. Lighting: Jennifer Tipton. Leading roles danced by Gelsey Kirkland and Mikhail Baryshnikov. Interview with Gelsey Kirkland. - Reel 3. The firebird. Choreography: Michel Fokine. Music: Stravinsky. Costumes: Nathalie Gontcharova. Lighting: Nananne Porcher. Leading roles danced by Cynthia Gregory, John Meehan, Marcos Paredes, and Leslie Browne.

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Posted 29 April 2001 - 07:58 PM

You can watch this recording at the NY Public Library. It's an amazing performance of "Theme".

#4 atm711

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Posted 30 April 2001 - 11:00 AM

Mme. Hermine and Roma--thank you. Please contact me if there is a copy out there!


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