Sport into Dance

Gurewitsch, M. Anatole
February 1979
New Republic;2/17/79, Vol. 180 Issue 7, p26
Examines the combination of dance and athletics by the New York City-based British ice skater John Curry and by the Pilobolus Dance Theater. Curry's opening of his dance program "IceDancing" at the Felt Forum at Madison Square Garden in New York City and touring of European cities; Curry's combination of the talents of choreographers and dance-trained skaters; Popularity of the Pilobolus dancers' movements, aerial performances and acrobatics; Description of major Pilobolus dances; Information on the books "John Curry" and "Pilobolus."


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