National Dance Institute's Romeo & Juliet : 2001 performance / conceived, written and directed by Jacques d'Amboise with selections from Shakespere's play

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Title
National Dance Institute's Romeo & Juliet : 2001 performance / conceived, written and directed by Jacques d'Amboise with selections from Shakespere's play
Additional title: National Dance Institute's Romeo and Juliet
Names
National Dance Institute (U.S.) (Creator)
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
D'Amboise, Jacques, 1934-
Grenier, Bernard
Korman, Jerome
Dia, Maria Di
Mitchell, Robert
McCoy, Ann
Kaufmann, Kathy
Ellis, Sam
Burbank, Scott
Machokas, Chip
Carey, Rosemary
Yee, Christopher
Semple, Lauren Colenso
Chalamet, Timothée
Gage, Lesleh
Korman, Arielle
Howard, Greg
Mann, Terrence
Viviano, Sal
Larsen, Liz, 1959-
Locarro, Joseph
Brownstone, Diana
Bodnar, Amy
Foreman, Donlin
Capucilli, Terese
Dakin, Christine
Leavitt, Joshua
Perez, Rachel
Rusli, Erwin
Sebastian, José
Foster, Bianca
Heard, Joe B
Frieser, Maria
Bello, Elena
Robinson, Antoinette Eng
Arnold, Bailey
Klein, Kimberly
Bernstein, Anne
Locarro, Chloe
Lowers, Samaria
Reed, Jeffrey
Snagg, Vincent
Viviano, Andy
Tuohy, Thomas
Yeung, Diane
Brathwaite, Felicia Ann
Maisonrouge, Gustave
Sebastian, Sumei
Alexiev, Grishia
Cozier, Jimmy, 1954-
Denizen, Joe
Dunn, Bill
Kirkwood, Neal
National Dance Institute (U.S.)
Collection

National Dance Institute Video Archive

Dates / Origin
Date Created: 2001
Library locations
Jerome Robbins Dance Division
Shelf locator: *MGZIDF 4609
Topics
Dance in education
Dance for children
Genres
Filmed dance
Filmed performances
Notes
Content: On videocassette label: 01/17/02 edit version.
Creation/production credits: Costumes, Bernard Grenier; music, Jerome Korman and Jacques d'Amboise; produced by Maria Di Dia, Maria Productions, Inc.; scenery designed by Robert Mitchell; Road to Mantua and Venus Drop by Ann McCoy; lyrics by Jacques d'Amboise; music conducted and arranged by Jerome Korman; lighting, Kathy Kaufmann; production and stage manager, Sam Ellis; assistant stage manager, Don Myers; theater manager, Ron McIntyre; properties, Diedre McConnell; costume assistant Linda Gordon; 1st team (Tiny Tots) supervisor, Peggy Levinson; orchestrations by Chris Hughes; set construction, Atlas Scenic Studios; video productions, Aztec Video Productions, LLC.; video editor, Scott Burbank; computer graphics, Trisha Gray; camera operators, Scott Burbank, Chip Machokas; entire production organized and coordinated by Rosemary Carey.
Performers: Christopher Yee, Romeo; Lauren Colenso-Semple, Juliet; Timothee Chalamet, Cupid; Lesleh Gage, Venus; Arielle Korman, Dragonfly; Greg Howard, The Prince; "Elsinore" the Great Dane with Philip Anderson. Starring as the voices of: Storyteller-Friar, Terrence Mann; Romeo, Sal Viviano; Juliet, Liz Larsen; The Prince-Lord Capulet, Joseph Locarro; Nurse, Diana Brownstone; Lady Capulet, Amy Bodnar. Performing as: Storyteller-Friar, Donlin Foreman; Nurse, Terese Capucilli; Lady Capulet, Christine Dakin; Mercutio, Joshua Leavitt; Tybalt, Rachel Perez; Lord Capulet, Erwin Rusli; Lord Montague, Jose Sebastian; Lady Montague, Bianca Foster; Count Paris, Joe B. Heard; Elf, Maria Frieser; Rabbit, Elena Bello; Friar's Messenger, Antoinette Eng-Robinson; Seductive Ladies, Bailey Arnold, Kimberly Klein; Cupid's Cluster, Anne Bernstein, Chloe Locarro, Samaria Lowers, Jeffrey Reed, Vincent Snagg, Andy Viviano; Road to Mantua Sign Post, Thomas Tuohy, Diane Yeung; Storyteller's Listener, Felicia Ann Brathwaite, Gustave Maisonrouge, Shumei Sebastian; Montagues, Capulets and Townspeople, The Celebration Team; Flowers, The SWAT Team. Musicians, Grishia Alexiev (drums), Jimmy Cozier (reeds), Joe Denizen (violin), Bill Dunn (trumpet), Neal Kirkwood (keyboard).
Venue: Recorded 2001 New York City.
Acquisition: Gift; Jacques D'Amboise, 2012.
Physical Description
Extent: 1 streaming video file (59 min) :sound, color.
Videocassette
Description
Musical adaptation of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. On-stage performers dance and pantomime while lines and vocals done by a voice actor off-stage (unsure whether voices are pre-recorded or performed live off-stage).
Type of Resource
Moving image
Languages
English
Identifiers
RLIN/OCLC: 956716308
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b21069437
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 2a8b66d0-92a4-0136-30a6-27e71f245a8a
Rights Statement
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  • 2001: Created
  • 2018: Digitized
  • 2019: Found by you!
  • 2020

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Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. "National Dance Institute's Romeo & Juliet " The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 2001. http://digital.gallery.nypl.org/items/2e232330-ef95-0133-2dba-60f81dd2b63c

Chicago/Turabian Format

Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. "National Dance Institute's Romeo & Juliet " New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed September 21, 2019. http://digital.gallery.nypl.org/items/2e232330-ef95-0133-2dba-60f81dd2b63c

APA Format

Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. (2001). National Dance Institute's Romeo & Juliet Retrieved from http://digital.gallery.nypl.org/items/2e232330-ef95-0133-2dba-60f81dd2b63c

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National Dance Institute's Romeo & Juliet