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James Waring

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Judson Church

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Toby Armour and Dancers


Avant-Garde Dancer


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Critical Correspondence

The Judson dancer James Waring defended Hughes and, if I remember correctly, called him a saint (14) but not in prominent pages like those of the New York Times.
(3) Leslie Satin (in her chapter [#3] of Reinventing Dance in the 1960s, University of Wisconsin Press, 2003) mentions the assertion that Hughes knew nothing about dance and, for advice, turned to his friend Fred Herko and to Herko's mentor James Waring. In no way, though, was Herko, Waring, or anyone else Hughes's guide. (14) James Waring's letter in praise of Allen Hughes was, I thought, published by Arlene Croce in Ballet Review, but it isn't in BR 1, #6 - the Judson issue â€" or thereabouts.


EZRA SIMS/tape compositions

choreography: James Waring choreography: James Waring (Spookride) concrète/collageToby Armour and Dancers


Theresa King - Photography, Audart Gallery, National Organization For Women at Audart

Her other dance collections include dancer Dan Wagoner and the dancer/choreographer/director James Waring.


New Times Los Angeles Online -- newtimesla.com | Film | Other Films

It was shot ( silently ) at a haircut party at the apartment of Factory foreman Billy Name , and features dancers Freddy Herko ( whose suicide was something of a key '60s moment ) and avant-garde dancer James Waring.


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