Christopherson, J.; Hedstrom, C.; Huston, E.; Langland, P.; Lepkoff, D.; Nelson, L.; Padow, J.; Smith, N. Stark; Svane, C.; Woodberry, D.; Woodard, Stephanie
January 2005
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2005, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p16
Features the dance improvisation show "Writing Moving," starring Nancy Stark Smith, Lisa Nelson and J. Christopherson, at the Kitchen in New York City. Description of Contact Improvisation; Movement language based on Aikido and Tai Chi; Training for Contact Improvisation.


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