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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kurt Jooss; Christopher Bruce; Philip Chambon; Frederic A Cohen; Thomas Grimm; Danmarks radio.; English National Ballet.; Joffrey Ballet of Chicago.; Reiner Moritz Associates.; RM Arts (Firm); WTTW (Television station : Chicago, Ill.)
|Language Note:||Menus in English and Chinese.|
|Notes:||Alternate titles from main menu screen and disc surface.
Accompanying booklet contains notes in English and Chinese on the dances, the dance companies, and the choreographers.
|Credits:||The Green Table: The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago ; book and choreography, Kurt Jooss ; music, F.A. Cohen ; costumes, Hein Heckroth ; lighting design and masks, Hermann Markard ; staged by Anna Markard ; a Reiner Moritz Associates, WTTW and WDR Co Production.
Swansong: English National Ballet ; produced and directed by Thomas Grimm ; choreography & set design, Christopher Bruce ; music, Philip Chambon ; artistic director, Peter Schaufuss ; co-produced by Danmarks Radio and RM Arts.
|Cast:||The Green Table: Davis Robertson, Patrick Simonello, Michael Levine, Maja Wilkins, Trinity Hamilton, Adam Sklute, Deborah Dawn, Gregory Russell.
Swansong: Koen Onzia, Matz Skoog, Kevin Richmond.
|Description:||1 videodisc (70 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (14 pages ; 17 cm)|
|Details:||DVD; region 0 ; Dolby Digital 5.1 & Dolby Digital stereo.|
|Contents:||The green table (37 min.) --
Swansong (33 min.).
Jooss' Green Table & Bruce's Swanson [sic]
Kurt Joss' The Green Table & Christopher Bruce's Swansong
Green table (Choreographic work : Jooss)
Swansong (Choreographic work : Bruce)
"Christopher Bruce's reputation as one of Britain's outstanding dancer/choreographers is based partly on his mix of classical and modern idioms and partly on his commitment to socially conscious themes. Swansong was created by Bruce for the English National Ballet and was received with great critical acclaim when it was first performed in London. This recording recreates the production in studio, using the same bare setting, with a single chair. The dance exposes two guards who taunt, brutalize and finally kill, their victim, a prisoner in an unnamed political trap."--Container.