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UMS Concert Program, April 19, 1983: The Joffrey II Dancers --

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Day
19
Month
April
Year
1983
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Season: 104th
Concert: Forty-seventh
Power Center For The Performing Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan

THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
The Joffrey II Dancers
SALLY BRAYLEY BLISS, Director MARIA GRANDY, Associate Director
Dancers
Linda Bechtold Charles Calhoun Robert Gardner Randall Graham Jennifer Habig
Tina Leblanc Douglas Martin Elizabeth Molak Elizabeth Parkinson
Tania Philip Karen Portner Stephen Sturmer Thomas Terry Tyler Walters
Foundation for The Joffrey Ballet, Inc.
Robert Ioffuey, Artistic Director
Gerald Arpino, Associate Director
Philip Semauk, President
Tuesday Evening, April 19, 1983, at 8:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Casting will be announced before each ballet.
BERMUDA BLUES
Choreography: Gail Kachaduuian Music: Andre Previn,
"A Different Kind of Blues"
Costume design: After original
by D. D. Dominick Lighting design: Gail Dahl
Who Reads Reviews Little Face The Four of Us
Chocolate Apricot Make Up Your Mind
The choreography for this work was made possible by a grant from The Jerome Foundation, Inc., St. Paul, Minnesota.
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Forty-seventh Concert of the 104th Season
Twelfth Annual Choice Series
MONOTONES II
Choreography: Frederick Ashton Music: Erik Satie, "Trois Gymnopcdics"
Original lighting design: Jennifer Tipton
The staging of this work for The Joffrey II Dancers by Diane Orio and Dennis Poole of The Joffrey Ballet was made possible by a grant from the Doll Foundation, Inc., New York City.
INTERMISSION ROTHKO CHAPEL
Choreography: Bill DeYounc; Music: Mouton Felidman,
"The Rothko Chapel" Assistant to Mr. DcYoung: Maky Cochran
Set and costume design:
Carol Vollet Gaknek Lighting design: Gail Dahl
The choreography for this work was made possible by a grant from The Jerome Foundation, Inc., St. Paul, Minnesota.
"The Rothko Chapel" used by arrangement with European American Music Distributors Corp., sole U.S. agent for Universal Editions, publisher and copyright owner.
INTERMISSION IN KAZMIDITY
Choreography: Ann Marie DeAngelo
Music: Leo Deliues, "Sylvia"
Assistant to Ms. DeAngelo: Sara Neece
Costume design: Mimi Maxmen Lighting design: Gail Dahl
Scene I Abduction Into the Unreal
Scene II Initiation Into the Real
Entrc and Introduction Waltz of the Kazmites Orientation Pas de Deux Idyll Tyme at Court
Solo of Understanding Kazmite Coronation Celebration of Royal Oneness
Kazmidity is a Feminist Kingdom inhabited by the souls of unfulfilled ballerinas. When these spirits are crossed with the firefly, the resulting mutant is a Kazmite. For specific, unnamed pleasures, Kazmites have always captured mortal young men, instantaneously transporting them to Kazmidity -where Life is Everlasting and the Freedom of Dance prevails undaunted!
The choreography for this work was made possible by a grant from The Jerome Foundation, Inc., St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Joffrey II Dancers, tomorrow night at 8:00:
Pas des Decsses, Echoing Silence, The Wedding Scene from Act III of "Coppclia," and Bermuda Blues
Tickets from t8 to S12
New 1983-84 season brochure now available -free upon request.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Phones: (313) 665-3717764-2538

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