January 2007
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2007, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p10
Book Review
The article reviews several books including "Action Theater, The Manual: A Practice Book for the Experienced Improvisor," by Ruth Zaporah, "I.D.E.A.: International Dance Exchange of Amsterdam IDEA Log," edited by Pauline de Groot, and "Glance: Molly Shanahan's Eye Cycle," by Molly Shanahan.


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