Dance Scholar Dr Diane Wawrejko, PhD, MFA, CMT, has researched and written extensively on Daniel Nagrin’s influence on Modern American Dance. Dr Wawrejko and Brenda Farnell, co-editor at the Journal for the Anthropological Study of Human Movement, have recently given the Nagrin Foundation permission to post Dr Wawrejko’s 2012 JASHM academic paper on Nagrin, Daniel … Continue reading Daniel Nagrin’s Dance Portraits: Choreographing Agency →
Dance Scholar Dr Diane Wawrejko, PhD, MFA, CMT, presented her academic paper This and That: Jewishness in the Dances of Daniel Nagrin at Jews and Jewishness in the Dance World, an Arizona State University (ASU) Jewish Studies conference, held October 13th-15th 2018. An excerpt from This and That: Jewishness in the Dances of Daniel Nagrin summarizes … Continue reading This and That: Jewishness in the Dances of Daniel Nagrin →
The following video transcript is unedited and was made via Youtube and Firebug. This research tool is currently under development. Return to the Nagrin Legacy Interviews page. a nice time job to your BB I professor emeritus which means I retired fromSlippery Rock University and severe I Pennsylvania and now freelance thing alot and I’m also president … Continue reading Thom Cobb Video Transcript (unedited) →
The following video transcript is unedited and was made via Youtube and Firebug. This research tool is currently under development. Return to the Nagrin Legacy Interviews page. when they visit their land born and I am an assistant professor clinicalassistant professor of ethnic rheology and also the curator for cross culturaldance resources collections at ASU I … Continue reading Adair Landborn Video Transcript (unedited) →
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The Daniel Nagrin Theatre, Film & Dance Foundation has established the Daniel Nagrin Dance Scholarship at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ.
April 18, 1994, New York Though the company suffered from temporary amnesia concerning Doris Humphrey, it had the sense to draw on past glories with the revival of three character studies choreographed mid-century by Daniel Nagrin. Two from 1948 were presented in tandem: Strange Hero and Spanish Dance. The first epitomizes a type-the anti-hero of … Continue reading Dance: Tobi Tobias →
Friday May 7, 1982 Lois Greenfield Daniel Nagrin will perform two works tomorrow at the Studio Theater. By Jennifer Dunning Daniel Nagrin has an unmistakable style. His dances are dramatic. His way of moving, with the intense, precise deliberation of an animal can be stunning. Say that to Mr. Nagrin, however, and his reaction is … Continue reading Nagrin on How to Dance Forever →
MAY 13, 1982 By Anna Kisselgoff As both dancer and choreographer, Daniel Nagrin Is intense, powerful and rather angry. All these qualities come together In his 1981 solo “Poems Oft the Wall” and, more obliquely if just as forcefully, in his newest solo “Dance.” Both works make up his current program at the Studio Theater … Continue reading Dance: New Nagrin Solo Looks Into The Abstract →