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Assembling a extraordinary workforce of students, those essays explore how the stream and alternate of "vectors of the unconventional" form the avant-garde. Mapping the stream of scripts, theatre activists, performances, and different fabric entities, they supply extraordinary views at the transnational functionality tradition of the avant-garde.
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3 (Fall 1985): 48–55; and Giora Manor, “Before Balanchine: Kasyan Goleizovsky’s Russian Revolution – Part One,” Dance Magazine (Jan. 1989), 56–60, and “Part Two,” Dance Magazine (Feb. 1989), 60–64. 5. 3 (1975– 1976): 14. 6. Anatole Lunacharsky, Teatro e rivoluzione (Rome: Samonà e Savelli, 1968). 7. See Vladimir Pavlovič Lapšin, Marinetti e la Russia (Milan: Skira, 2008); Claudia Salaris, La Roma delle avanguardie dal futurismo all’underground (Rome: Riuniti Editore, 1999) and Storia del futurismo (Rome: Editori Riuniti, 1985); Edward Braun, “Futurism in the Russian Theatre, 1913–1923,” in International Futurism in Arts and Literature, ed.
Kenneth Archer and Millicent Hodson, “Balanchine’s Twenties,” Ballet-tanz (Jan. 2004): 75. 34. W. A. Propert, quoted in Martin Hammer and Christina Lodder, Constructing Modernity: The Art and Career of Naum Gabo (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000), 154. 35. Hammer and Lodder, Constructing Modernity, 159. 36. Emile Vuillermoz, “Les Ballets Russes,” Candide (June 2, 1927): page illegible. 37. Macdonald, Diaghilev Observed, 362. 38. , 346. 39. , 366 (our emphasis). 40. George Amberg, Ballet in America: The Emergence of an American Art (New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1949), 127.
Emile Vuillermoz, “Les Ballets Russes,” Candide (June 2, 1927): page illegible. 37. Macdonald, Diaghilev Observed, 362. 38. , 346. 39. , 366 (our emphasis). 40. George Amberg, Ballet in America: The Emergence of an American Art (New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1949), 127. 41. Lincoln Kirstein, in Ballet: Bias and Belief. Three Pamphlets Collected and Other Dance Writings of Lincoln Kirstein, comp. Nancy Reynolds (New York: Dance Horizons, 1983), 376. 42. Alastair Macaulay, “Mother Ship Off Balance, Balanchine Still Soars,” New York Times (Nov.