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  • One cannot but note an implicit passing of the baton, a generational shift all the more meaningful for taking place at Ted Shawn's former Berkshires farm, where so much American modern dance history has transpired.

    Debra Levine: Jodi Melnick & David Neumann Premiere Their Profound "July" at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

  • One cannot but note an implicit passing of the baton, a generational shift all the more meaningful for taking place at Ted Shawn's former Berkshires farm, where so much American modern dance history has transpired.

    Debra Levine: Jodi Melnick & David Neumann Premiere Their Profound "July" at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival

  • Jacob's Pillow, the labor of love of Denishawn founder Ted Shawn, played a role in Cole's remarkably multifaceted dance journey.

    Debra Levine: American Master Choreographer Jack Cole Feted at Jacob's Pillow

  • With Kraus as choreographer, her group became internationally acclaimed when she and her dancers performed at an international dance congress held in Munich, Germany in 1930, in which all the great artists of modern dance (including Rudolf von Laban, Mary Wigman and Ted Shawn) participated.

    Gertrud Kraus.

  • With this ensemble, Wallmann produced Orpheus Dionysus in Munich in 1930, with Wallmann and Ted Shawn (1891 – 1972) in the leading roles.

    Margarethe Wallmann.

  • Gentile dancers Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn apparently discriminated against Jews and their important Denishawn Company and schools had a quota system limiting Jewish students.

    Dance Performance in the United States.

  • Upon seeing Ted Shawn of the Denishawn Dancers perform his Whirling Dervish, Hadassah was flooded with memories, but also struck with the awareness of what an artist could do: the artist could present the traditional form and do so with the magic and excitement of theater.

    Hadassah (Spira Epstein).

  • Her predecessor had explained the workings of the spell to her; a sarcastic, gnarled old man they told her had danced with Ted Shawn.

    Children Of The Night

  • One cannot but note an implicit passing of the baton, a generational shift all the more meaningful for taking place at Ted Shawn's former Berkshires farm, where so much American modern dance history has transpired.

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  • But she was best known as a former member of, and an authority on, Denishawn, the eclectic company founded by Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn in 1915.

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