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  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: MUSIC TRANSFER {KNEEPLAY; HAMMER; DHIKR; LIVING EASTERN EUROPEAN ANIMALS; THE SHEPHERD} (TV)

    (July 26, 1990)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program features a selection of five short film and video pieces from around the world, presenting music and images unique...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: TONGUES (TV)

    (July 29, 1985)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theatre, and film. This program is devoted to a performance of "Tongues," a collaboration by playwright Sam Shepard and actor Joseph Chaikin, dire...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: ROAD (TV)

    (September 13, 1990)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. An adaptation of Jim Cartwright's stage play directed by Alan Clarke, "Road" is a raw contemporary drama set in working-class n...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: STREET OF CROCODILES (TV)

    (July 20, 1987)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theatre, and film. This program is devoted to puppet animation by The Brothers Quay, based on stories by the Polish writer Bruno Shulz. The progra...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: OPERATION X (TV)

    (August 17, 1987)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. Hosted by Laurie Anderson and her male double, a computer-generated clone, this program gently mocks the television medium in a...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: THE MYTH OF MODERN DANCE (TV)

    (September 09, 1990)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program explores performance artist Douglas Dunn's version of the way in which dancers have stepped their way through hist...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: STEPS (TV)

    (July 27, 1987)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program, which includes a prologue by Laurie Anderson, features Zbigniew Rybczynski's "Steps." A group of American tourist...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: THE KITCHEN PRESENTS (TV)

    (August 08, 1988)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program begins with a brief prologue by performance artist Ann Magnuson, followed by the video "Le Deuxieme Jour," based o...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: COMPUTER ANIMATION (TV)

    (July 21, 1986)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theatre, and film. Hosted by Susan Stamberg, this program features works by two video/computer artists: "Mt. Fuji," by the Japanese artist Ko Naka...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: COMEDY VIDEO (TV)

    (July 28, 1985)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. Hosted by Susan Stamberg, this program begins with Zbigniew Rybczynski's "The Day Before," a short scene about an astronaut, fo...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: ALTER IMAGE (TV)

    (July 18, 1988)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. Beginning with a brief prologue by William Wegman, the program features examples of new performance television from London as p...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: DANCING HANDS (TV)

    (August 29, 1988)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program features Skip Blumberg's "Dancing Hands," a film containing various segments in which performers "dance" with thei...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: FIRE, LIGHT, STICKS, ROTARY ACTION (TV)

    (July 14, 1986)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theatre, and film. Hosted by Susan Stamberg, this program features three pieces by movement artist Michael Moschen and a dance performance by Bill...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: DANCE OF DARKNESS (TV)

    (August 05, 1990)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program explores Butoh, an avant-garde dance movement that challenges the taboos of modern Japan. Mark Holborn describes t...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: POSTCARDS (TV)

    (July 05, 1990)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. "Postcards" is a "witty, twisted tale of romance on the road and on the rocks." It chronicles the story of Fred and Janet, a co...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: THREE CHOREOGRAPHERS (TV)

    (August 11, 1986)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theatre, and film. Hosted by Susan Stamberg, the program features dance pieces by Charles Moulton, David Parsons, Trisha Brown, and Skip Blumberg....

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: THE FLOOD (TV)

    (August 24, 1987)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. In this program, Robert Craft conducts the Columbia Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in a performance of Igor Stravinsky's musical...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: SMOTHERING DREAMS (TV)

    (July 15, 1985)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. Hosted by Susan Stamberg, this program presents the 1981 Emmy Award-winning video about war, "Smothering Dreams," by video arti...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: ARTISTS' MUSIC VIDEOS (TV)

    (August 19, 1985)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program, hosted by Susan Stamberg, showcases various alternative rock music videos, beginning with "The Dancing Man," in w...

  • ALIVE FROM OFF CENTER: CALABASH / STICKS / AQUAMIRABILIS (TV)

    (September 14, 1987)

    One in this series of arts programs featuring the work of leading avant-garde artists in video, music, dance, theater, and film. This program, which includes a prologue by performance artist Laurie Anderson, features three segments. The first, "Women of th...