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Points in Space

Synopsis

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danced by The Merce
Cunningham Dance Company Specially commissioned by BBC2 and shown on the eve of their first appearance at the Proms and season at Sadler's Wells Theatre, London. Choreography by Merce Cunningham
Sound score by John Cage This new work, created specifically for television, is a brilliant addition to their collaborations. Tonight
Cunningham dances in his own work and to introduce the programme he and Cage talk about the process of creation, from first rehearsals in New York to recording at Television Centre, London. Dancers HELEN BARROW
MERCE CUNNINGHAM ,
VICTORIA FINLAYSON , ALAN GOOD
CATHERINE KERR , CHRIS KOMAR
DAVID KULICK , PATRICIA LENT
KAREN RADFORD , ROB REMLEY
KRISTY SANTIMYER ,
KEVIN SCHRODER. ROBERT SWINSTON
MEGAN WALKER
SUSAN QUINN YOUNG
Set designer BILL ANASTASI
Costume designer DOVE BRADSHAW Television designer ERIC WALMSLEY Camera supervisor RON GREEN
Sound supervisor BRENDAN SHORE Lighting RON BRISTOW
Executive producer COLIN NEARS Dance directed for television by MERCE CUNNINGHAM. ELLIOT CAPLAN Producer BOB LOCKYER
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Contributors

Choreography By: Merce Cunningham
Unknown: John Cage
Dancers: Helen Barrow
Dancers: Merce Cunningham
Dancers: Victoria Finlayson
Unknown: Alan Good
Unknown: Catherine Kerr
Unknown: Chris Komar
Unknown: David Kulick
Unknown: Patricia Lent
Unknown: Karen Radford
Unknown: Rob Remley
Unknown: Kristy Santimyer
Unknown: Kevin Schroder.
Unknown: Robert Swinston
Unknown: Megan Walker
Unknown: Susan Quinn Young
Designer: Bill Anastasi
Designer: Dove Bradshaw
Designer: Eric Walmsley
Unknown: Ron Green
Unknown: Brendan Shore
Unknown: Ron Bristow
Producer: Colin Nears
Television By: Merce Cunningham.
Television By: Elliot Caplan
Producer: Bob Lockyer

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