New Dance: Writings on Modern Dance
132 p. ; 14.5 x 22 cm.
"A guided tour into the world of modern dance, this collection of essays, transcribed talks, and notes reveals the guiding principles of American modern dance founder Doris Humphrey. The main elements of composition—including form, content, and execution—are thoroughly examined in a question-and-answer format, providing an intimate look at the movement in the founder's own words. Examining Humphrey's unique combination of physics and philosophy, the book shows how one woman revolutionized the landscape of American dance." -- from Amazon book description