They all came together in 1964 when the Pillow hosted an elaborate 50th wedding anniversary celebration for Ruth St.
Tall, broad-shouldered, physically and psychologically imposing with his white hair and keenly discerning mind, "Louie" (as he was called affectionately in the dance world) first became aware of what he later described as an "invalid" method of fitting "a bit of this and a bit of that" of available music to dance movement when he was engaged to be musical director for Ruth St.
Nothing in her strict Presbyterian upbringing pointed to a life on the stage, but when her family moved to Santa Barbara in 1909, she fell under the spell of the expressive dancer Ruth St.
Isadora Duncan, Agnes de Mille, Pearl Primus, Jose Limon, and Ruth St.
Had she not done so, she might have consigned herself to the historical status of Ruth St.
It also reminded me of the extraordinary Walter Terry Dance Series, which showcased Ruth St.
Those of us who are sacred dancers appreciate the recognition for this ancient art that often is overlooked and yet has been practiced by Isadora Duncan, Ted Shawn, and Ruth St.
Because of her remarkable success there, she established a precedent for later contemporaries like Isadora Duncan and Ruth St.
In modern dance in 1927 the American scene was still dominated by Denishawn, the celebrated school founded by Ted Shawn and Ruth St.
In addition to Wigman's technique, Thimey fused dance and worship and is often credited along with Ruth St.
Green, with a few falls and recoveries--not to mention contractions and releases--can eventually be tied up to the Denishawn School of Ted Shawn and Ruth St.
These treasures will find a home in UCLA's Library Department of Special Collections alongside those of Maud Allan, Ruth St.
In modern dance--from Isadora Duncan, Loie Fuller, Mary Wigman, and Ruth St.
But it was in the United States that modern dance put down its lasting roots, with Ted Shawn and Ruth St.