Stealing, Influence, and Identity

Rethorst, Susan
January 2012
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2012, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p17
An essay is presented on the author's perspectives on the aspects of influence and identity in dancing. She shares her experience of being a choreographer, as she discovered that there is a fear of influence and a fear of being stolen from among fellow choreographers. She states that her experience started her interest in interpretation of dance ideas.


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