Between Brooklyn and Bearnstow: Translating through Dancing

Olsen, Andrea
July 2009
Contact Quarterly;Summer/Fall2009, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p28
An interview with choreographer and dance professor Bebe Miller is presented. She recalls that she started taking dance classes when she was three with her brother and sister at the Henry Street Settlement House in Manhattan, New York. She adds that she learned choreography as the dance company of Nina Weiner. Miller mentions Phyllis Lamhut, an original member of the Alwin Nikolais Dance Theater as the person from the contemporary dance world who influenced her.


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