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April 26, 1985 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-26

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who will escort
a Jewish Roots Pilgrimage
October 2-17, and

Chuck Randolph

the organizer of the tour, who will be present to
answer questions.
Maxine will show her documentary which will
take you through Eastern Europe and show you
the living conditions of European Jewry and
why they stayed.

This documentary has been shown five times on
PBS TV. Maxine Kronick has been on a national
speaking tour of 56 cities.

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mid she s observed a like to contiluietrakreling and
miniber of other signi ant working with..different dance
changes in modern da.n
companies throughout the
"Martha Graham wag. in- country. LaSt- Month,
She
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terested, I think, in having
dance a medium expressive of
people's psychological feelings "I've always felt that
and emotions," she said. "And
I think the kernel was there dancing was a way of
for what happened later in the communicating —
movement. • •
that, whatever I felt, I
"For instance, Merce Cun-
ningham removed all story wanted to share with
aspects in his dance, and re- people."
moved even emotional rela-
tionships. The dance became
more and more abstract, until spent time directing The Vil-
the movement itself was the lage I Knew at Skidmore Col-
lege in Saratoga Springs,
thing.
The dancers who grew out N.Y., and has also worked this
of that began to use , ordinary, year with the Rondo Dance
everyday movement -- walk- Company in New York, put-
ing, crawling, sitting, getting ting together a performance of
up, running — so that • some- Woody Sezof
In addition, she's still
times they didn't even use
'dance.' Now, what has hap- choreographing, and recently
pened is a kind of going back to turned out another new work
based on compositions by
the technical brilliance of
dance. A lot of young dancers Bach — which was .performed
today are absolutely fabulous in New York to commemorate
In their . execution of Move- the 300th anniversary of the
ment. They're very -athletic, composer's birth.
Maslow said she also may
very gymnastic.
What does she see thappen- re-assemble her own dance
ing in modern dance in the fu- group again, which she has not
worked with in two years.
Ulm?
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"There aren't many • com-
"There are all these differ-
ent threads," she said. "About panies that can' afford to pay
a • year ago, I read about a new . dancers enough -- over a long
group of dancers who were get- stretch of time -7 to- keep the
ting together a new program dancers together'," • she said.
and, suddenly, they discovered "That's one of the terrific prob-
that you really can tell 'a story lems of working-with a com-
,darice — as , if it were some- pany. Money. ---ar tie lack of it
thing new!• But I really do — is always a problein. It's
think there's a kind of swing in probably the • biggest obstacle
that direction. Then there's a I've had to deal with along the
whole - group of dancers . who way. And it never, never
are interested in: social seems to get better." ❑

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"We think having Sophie
Maslow with us is really a
special way of celebrating
our anniversary," says
Paula Kramer, co-director
(with Barbara Selinger) of
the five-year-old Detroit
Dance Collective, a profes-
sional modern dance com-
pany 'in residence at the
Royal Oak campus of Oak-
land Community College.
In addition to Maslow's
Folksay, the Collective will
perform Selinger's Person-
to-Person and Kramer's
English Suite at the . an-

concert
niversary
scheduled for May 3 and 4
at 8 p.m. in t.heti/a Jones-
Johnson Theater on cam-
pus. Ann Arbor folk duo,
Gemini, and local concert
pianist, Fedora Horowitz,
will provide music for the
performances.
For information on the
concert, and a May 3 af-
terglow reception honoring
Maslow and local dance
educators, Fannie Aronson
and Ruth Murray, call the
Detroit Dance Collective,
548-9664.

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