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Legacies of Twentieth-Century Dance
Lynn Garafola

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• PART I: THE BALLETS RUSSES AND BEYOND
• Coming Home: Diaghilev in Perm
• The Diaries of Marius Petipa
• Design and the Idea of the Modern in Early Twentieth-Century Ballet
• Diaghilev’s Musical Legacy
• At Home and Abroad: Paris/Petersburg 1913
• Dance, Film, and the Ballets Russes
• Forgotten Interlude: Eurhythmic Dancers at the Paris Opera
• Rivals for the New: The Ballets Suedois and the Ballets Russes
• Politics in Paradise: Andre Levinson’s Classicism

• PART II: RECONFIGURING THE SEXES
• The Travesty Dancer in Nineteenth-Century Ballet
• Soloists Abroad: The Pre-War Careers of Natalia Trouhanova and Ida Rubinstein
• Lydia Lopokova and Les Soirees de Paris
• Reconfiguring the Sexes
• Choreography by Nijinska
• Mark Morris and the Feminine Mystique
• The Late Snow Prince
• Where are Ballet’s Women Choreographers?

• PART III: DANCE IN NEW YORK
• Dance in the City: Toward an American Dance
• George Antheil and the Dance
• Dali, Ana Maria, and The Three-Cornered Hat
• Radical Moments: Martha Graham Centennial Celebration
• Writing on the Left: The Remarkable Career of Edna Ocko
• Dollars for Dance: Lincoln Kirstein, City Center, and the Rockefeller Foundation
• Parallel Lives: Alvin Ailey and Robert Joffrey
• Revelations
• Dance Theater of Harlem at Thirty
• American Ballet Theatre: 1989
• American Ballet Theatre: 2001
• Dance for a City: Fifty Years of the New York City Ballet

• PART IV: STAGING THE PAST
• Price-Tagging Diaghilev
• Tracking Down Le Train Bleu
• Massine
• Heterodoxical Pasts
• Time Traveling with the Kirov
• Myth or Memory? Solomon Volkov's Petersburg
• Index

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