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Anna Sokolow on Her Work in Theater, 1975

Anna Sokolow discusses her work in theater and with actors in this 1975 interview.
Courtesy of Margaret Murphy and Lucille Rhodes, from their film Anna Sokolow, Choreographer, produced in 1980.
Author(s)
Margaret Murphy and Lucille Rhodes
Date / time
1975
Publication
Anna Sokolow, Choreographer
Date published
1980
Transcript
"I began to work with actors, movement for actors. I remember doing 'Camino Real' with Elia Kazan and Tennessee Williams, and a very important production on Broadway, 'Street Scene.' The music was written by Kurt Weil. And then 'Candide,' the original 'Candide,' of Leonard Bernstein. All through that period, I worked that way, plus continued my connection in Mexico, plus gave classes for dancers and actors."

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Anna Sokolow on Her Work in Theater, 1975." (Viewed on December 6, 2016) <https://jwa.org/media/sokolow-discussing-her-work-in-theater>.

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