Re: hello

Lisa Marie Naugle (
Tue, 20 May 1997 12:25:16 -0700 (PDT)

How about giving yourself permission to experiment?

It seems to me that attentive participation, one step at a time, will take
you a long way.

The "innocent" buoyancy of ballet was born with the technology of the toe shoe.


>>I say this because I am concerned ballet, which I believe is a beautiful
>>and joyous art form will be left behind and become extinct if it does
>>not in some way incorporate technology and I have no idea how or who.
>What about the work of the Frankfurt Ballet and William Forsyth? There
>technology is not only being used in performance, but being used as
>rehearsal and dramaturgical tools also. I don't think ballet need
>necessarily be left out of experimentation with technology as one of its
>developmental tools. Certainly it is a form that stresses the past - but
>so does much modern dance (doesn't it?)
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Lisa Naugle, Ph.D Candidate
New York University
Music and Performing Arts Professions
Dance Program
New York:(212)604-4163
Canada: (604) 731-8385
Fax: (604) 731-0128
Researching at Simon Fraser University
School of Contemporary Arts