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Author:  Audrey Ross [ Thu May 12, 2016 11:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Margaret Beals: Films and Stories

Margaret Beals, dancer/choreographer/pioneer in the art of dance improvisation, will host a weekend on the series Margaret Beals: Films and Stories. Ms. Beals will introduce and comment on all films, which include performances in studios, theaters and the iconic Bottom Line in the Village.
May 20 - the 1978 "Stings," videography is by renowned director/choreographer Ping Chong. "Stings" is the first dramatization of the Ariel Poems of Sylvia Plath (rights to the poems were given personally to Ms. Beals by Olwyn and Ted Hughes). The work was co-created and co-directed by Margaret Beals and Obie-award winner Lee Nagrin, with choreography by Beals.
May 21 - "An Evening with Edna St. Vincent Millay, Frederic Chopin, and Virginia Woolf with flutist Judith Pearce and pianist Thomas Hrynkiv.
May 22 - "Margaret Beals at The Bottom Line" (1979) with jazz pianist Liz Story.
All performances at 7 PM at the intimate Cloud House Studio, 104 West 17th St. tickets: $20; reservations: 917.710.0050

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