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Writers / English

 

 

Texts in English

on the revival of Ancient Greek dance

 

 

Articles

 

 

Anthony Shay: "Wrapped in Greek Robes of Spirituality. Isadora Duncan’s Dance Performances, Gordon Craig, and Ancient Greece", in Theatre Arts Journal: Studies in Scenography and Performance, Volume 4, Issue 1 (2017)  

 

Frederick Naerebout: (2004), A failed attempt - but a great success. The history of ballet as a series of attempts to return to the dancing of the Greeks and Romans. In: Poesio G. (Ed.) Proceedings of the international conference.

 

Kapetanaki, Regina: The role of the chorus and its applications in contemporary performances of ancient Greek drama. The problem of movement and dance and how it has been confronted. Athens, World Congress of Dance Research "Dance and Ancient Greece", 1992?


Nadia Chilkovsky Nahumck: Isadora Duncan. Spirit of Athena.Paper presented at the 1991 World Congress CID.

 

Natasha Hassiotis: Commentary from the Documentary "A Century of Contemporary Dance in Greece", NET (New Greek Television) january-February 2001.

 

Samuel N. Dorf: “Eva Palmer-Sikelianos Dances Aeschylus: The Politics of Historical Reenactment when Staging the Rites of the Past”, in Choros International Dance Journal, 5 (Spring 2016), pp. 1–11.

 

 

 

Books

 

Alaina Wilson: Ancient dance through modern eyes. Four studies exploring the intersections of ancient and modern dance. Vassar College, 2016, 62 p

 

Katia Savrami: Ancient Dramatic Chorus through the Eyes of a Modern Choreographer. Zouzou Nikoloudi. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016, 190 p. 

 

Macintosh, Fiona (ed.): The Ancient Dancer in the Modern World: Responses to Greek and Roman Dance. Oxford University Press, 2012, 536 pages

 

Louis H. Chalif: The Chalif text book of dancing. New York, 1920.

 
 
 
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