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Was This Modern Dance Pioneer Forgotten Because She Got Too Cozy With The Nazis?
"Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham and Bronislava Nijinska are regularly invoked to recall a golden age of female creativity and power. These women ... had a transforming influence on the language and practice of dance. And there is one more name that should also be added to the list: the German choreographer Mary Wigman." The Guardian (UK) 05/22/13 (includes video)
Posted May 24, 2013 12:56 AM

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