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Full-length Artifact Part II. Choreography: William Forsythe Ballet Frankfurt, Sadler's Wells, London, 2001. Couples: Dana Caspersen / Fabrice Mazliah, Amy Raymond / Thierry Guiderdoni. Music: Chaconne in D Minor, Johann Sebastian Bach, played by Nathan Milstein.
Finale of The Loss of Small Detail. Choreography: William Forsythe. Ballet Frankfurt. Music: Thom Willems Costumes: Issey Miyake Dancers: Yoko Ando, Christine Bürkle, Dana Caspersen, Veronique Gaillard, Thierry Guiderdoni, Jill Johnson, Demond Hart, David Kern, Prue Lang, Fabrice Mazliah, Anthony Rizzi, Richard Siegal
some sections of the first act of William Forsythes Kammer/Kammer, which means room/room.Is a film being made live and there is nothing like seeing the show live. but well u get the idea. is very sensual and sad show about unrequited love. this is a performance when done on tour in antwerp belgium. the actors are dana casperson and myself, antony rizzi.
Short excerpt from Artifact Part II. Choreography: William Forsythe Ballet Frankfurt, Sadler's Wells, London, 2001. Couples: Dana Caspersen / Fabrice Mazliah, Amy Raymond / Thierry Guiderdoni. Music: Chaconne in D Minor, Johann Sebastian Bach, played by Nathan Milstein.
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Charlene Gehm MacDougal and Tom Mossbrucker
after the final performance ( in paris) of the world famous and fabulous and creative and fun and inspiring and ground breaking frankfurt ballet under the direction of william forsythe. it was a fabulous 19 year roller coaster ride i and around 150 others that passed through there.
parts of the first act of a crazy mad musical by william forsythe and eva crossman hecht with the frankfurt ballet. a story of a secretary being tricked into joining a fake ( bad) musical.
Clip from ALIEN:A(C)TION. Ballet Frankfurt Choreography: William Forsythe Dancers: Christina Bürkle, Dana Caspersen, Noah Gelber, Jacopo Godani, Francesca Harper, David Kern, Thomas McManus, David Morrow, Helen Pickett, Anthony Rizzi.
a few sections from the second act of kammer/kammer by william forsythe danced by the frankfurt ballet....on tour in antwerp. on and on and on the beat goes !!!!!!
a portion of Ballett Frankfurt's "In the Middle Somewhat Elevated" starting from the female improvisation line, lead couples pas de deux improvisations, big walking line with solo, into lead ladys (Laura Graham) solo.
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