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Music directed by John Cage, and performed by David Tudor on piano. Performed by Toby Armour, Phena Darner, Toby Glanternik, and Taylor., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Eleventh American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, New London, Aug. Music by John Cage, performed on piano by David Tudor with accessory noise-makers connected to electrical circuits. Performed by Carolyn Brown, Remy Charlip, Cunningham, Viola Farber, Cynthia Stone, and Marilyn Wood., Paul Taylor Dance Company, Kaufmann Concert Hall, 92nd Street YM-YWHA, New York, Dec. First New York Theater Rally produced by Steve Paxton and Alan Solomon, sponsored by the Pocket Theater, Rauschenberg, and Surplus Dance Theater. 17–19), Maynard Street Parking Structure, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Sept. NOW Festival also included Rauschenberg’s by Bill Kaminski. Performed by Viola Farber Dance Company members Jumay Chu, Larry Clark, Farber, Willi Feuer, June Finch, Anne Koren, Susan Matheke, Andé Peck, and Jeff Slayton. Performed by Karole Armitage, Ellen Cornfield, Cunningham, Morgan Ensminger, Meg Harper, Chris Komar, Robert Kovich, and Julie Roess-Smith., The Viola Farber Dance Company. Performed by Michael Cichetti, Larry Clark, Farber, Anne Koren, Ed Henry, and Susan Matheke. Performed by Brown, Elizabeth Garren, Lisa Kraus, and Nina Lundborg. Performed by Lance Gries, Nicole Juralewitz, Gregory Lara, Carolyn Lucas, Diane Madden, Lisa Schmidt, Shelley Senter, Wil Swanson, and David Thomson. 1–4 as part of , Trisha Brown Dance Company, Biennale de la Danse, Lyon, Sept.
Lighting by Nick (Nicola) Cernovich, later by Rauschenberg. Part of the First New York Theater Rally, former CBS Studio, Broadway and Eighty-first Street, New York, May 1–26. Dark Horse Concert also included Deborah Hay’s , ONCE Again Festival (Sept. Performed by Bob Breer, Trisha Brown, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Paxton, and Rauschenberg. Substitute set, costumes, and lighting provided by Rauschenberg for the performance at the Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, Jan. Performed by Jeffrey Axelrod, Lance Gries, Irene Hultman, Carolyn Lucas, Diane Madden, Stephen Petronio, Lisa Schmidt, and Randy Warshaw., Trisha Brown Dance Company, New York City Center, March 14. Technical supervision and lighting design by Ken Tabachnick. Set, sound, and lighting assistance by Billy Klüver and Per Biorn. Dance performed by Trisha Brown, Lance Gries, Nicole Juralewicz, Gregory Lara, Carolyn Lucas, Diane Madden, Lisa Schmidt, Shelley Senter, Wil Swanson, and David Thomson., Trisha Brown Dance Company, Jacques Coeur Palace (courtyard), Montpellier, France, June 28.
Maudie and Sumul met the first week in Writing and Thinking Workshop.
It was a heady experience, Maudie recalls: “Simon’s Rock was the first place I felt surrounded by peers who shared my academic curiosity, who liked difference more than conformity, who sought out challenges.” Maudie and Sumul bonded over their shared ambition—and confusion— in calculus and physics.
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Music by Christian Wolff, performed by David Tudor on piano, and conducted by John Cage. Rauschenberg helps assemble the “tir” construction., Maidman Playhouse, New York, May 4. Rauschenberg creates the Combine (1958), Seven Performances, Sixteenth American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, New London, Aug. The Sixteenth American Dance Festival (1963) is the earliest performance with confirmed revisions by Rauschenberg]., Stage 73, New York, Feb. Subsequent performances: Surplus Dance Theater, by Rauschenberg. Performed by Carolyn Brown, Cunningham, William Davis, Viola Farber, Barbara (Dilley) Lloyd, and Steve Paxton., Judson Dance Theater, Concert of Dance #14: Improvisations by the Dance Theater, Judson Memorial Church, New York, April 27. Program also included Deborah Hay’s : Performed by Carolyn Brown, Lucinda Childs, William Davis, Judith Dunn, David Gordon, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Tony Holder, Barbara (Dilley) Lloyd, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, Rauschenberg, Albert Reid, Carolee Schneemann, Joanne Vischer, and Marilyn Wood., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Museum des 20. Set, costumes, and lighting by Rauschenberg and Alex Hay. Performed by Shareen Blair, Carolyn Brown, Cunningham, William Davis, Viola Farber, Deborah Hay, Barbara Lloyd, Sandra Neels, Steve Paxton, and Albert Reid., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, July 31. First New York Theater Rally produced by Steve Paxton and Alan Solomon, sponsored by the Pocket Theater, Rauschenberg, and Surplus Dance Theater. , Judson Dance Theater, Dance Concert II, May 11–13. Subsequent performance: NOW Festival (April 26–May 1), National Arena roller-skating rink, Washington, D. Set and costumes by Rauschenberg and Taylor, who is listed under the pseudonym George Tacet. , Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, Nov. Revised version: Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, Jan. Lighting by Beverly Emmons., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Eleventh American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, New London, Aug. Performed by Simone (Whitman) Forti, Mimi Kanarek, Christopher Rauschenberg, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Christine Williams, and around 500 volunteers. Dance performed by Olga (Klüver) Adorno, Frances Breer, Lucinda Childs, William Davis, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Margaret Hecht, Ed Iverson, Kathy Iverson, Jim Jardy, Julie Judd, Vernon Lobb, Fujiko Nakaya, Paxton, and Robert Rauschenberg; and Öyvind Fahlström’s (Oct. [Cast unconfirmed]., produced for television by the Fort Worth Art Museum and KERA Channel 13, Dallas/Fort Worth. Aired on KERA-TV, Dallas/Fort Worth, 1977., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Minskoff Theatre, New York, Jan.