Judith Brin Ingber
Judith Brin Ingber is a dancer/writer completing a manuscript on Jewish dance and dance in Israel for Wayne State University Press. She also wrote the entry for Pearl Lang in the new edition of the “Encyclopedia Judaica.”
I, too, was a Midwesterner transposed to New York, trying to find my own way in the rich and heady dance scene. I knew Pearl Lang had come from Chicago, where she was raised in a cultured but poor Yiddish-speaking family. Her breathtaking career as a Graham dancer meant she had toured the world. And she often performed with her own company, the Pearl Lang Dance Theater, at the famed 92nd Street Y’s theater, where I went for performances by modern dance legends and for Fred Berk’s Wednesday night Israeli folk dancing. But now I was going to Hunter to see Lang’s “Shirah,” which she created in 1960.
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