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(p. 965) Index

(p. 965) Index

Page numbers followed by f indicate figures. Numbers in italics indicate photographs and videos. Numbers followed by n indicate endnotes.

Aamsskáápipikani (South Peigan), 446n4
Aapátohsipikáni (Northern Peigan or Peigan), 446n4
Abbott, George, 154
The ABC of Communism (Bukharin and Preobrazhensky), 757
Abdallah, Mohammed Ben, 237–240, 242
abhinaya (gestures), 304, 307–310, 312–323
abibigromma (Akan for African Plays), 237–238
Abkarian, Simon, 291, 292f, 293–294
Abnormal (Foucault), 661
aboriginal peoples, 274n58, 434, 438
Abraham Erlanger, 913n48
The Absent Body (Leder), 113
abstract dance, 163–164
Abud Vivas, Ronald, 694–695
abuse
battered women, 305, 315, 316f, 317–319, 317f, 318f, 319f, 323
sexual, 316f, 317f
Accocella, Joan, 156
Acheson, Dean, 875
Acoba, Melissa, 305
actants, 500n19
acting
as demonstrating, 255–256
ensemble acting, 255–256
Method acting, 154, 526, 872
pantomimic, 900
as travel of self to other, 526
activism, 96, 353
Actors Equity Association, 925
Actors Equity Council, 942n3
Actors Theatre of Louisville, 611
ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), 934
Adams, Ansel, 477n37
Adams, Lawrence, 96
Adamson, Judy, 365
“Address at Sanitary Fair” (Lincoln), 393
Adler, Janet, 112
Adler, Stella, 872
Adriatic Sea, 490
“Advanced Vaudeville” circuit, 898
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (ABC), 181
advertising, 173, 190n20, 205, 581–582, 859n8. see also commercials
Aeschylus, 26
Agamemnon, 293
Oresteia, 25–26, 279, 286, 288–289
Suppliants, 280
aesthetics, 335, 859n6
of art and power, 789–791
of bomba, 722–723
Camp, 850
of Chinese opera, 671–672
of cool, 722–723
Dionysian, 876
hyper-real, 656, 660, 663n9
of imagery, 572–573
Nazi, 779, 781–782
proto-danse noble, 632
of total theater, 241–243
visual, 682
in women’s fashion, 905–906
African American dance, 141, 605, 613, 730
African American performance, 3, 101, 282, 375–376
blackface minstrelsy, 47–48, 48f, 371
maritime performances, 44–46
sea shanties, 43–44
African Grove Theatre, 46
African performance, 604
African theater
contemporary drama, 237
evolution of, 243–247
total theater, 8, 236–251, 753
Afro-Puerto Rican dance, 706–728, 725n11
After Five Tuxedo Company, 859n8
After Sebden, 746n3
Agamemnon (Aeschylus), 293
Agamemnon (Mnouchkine), 289, 292, 292f, 293–294
agape, 286, 552
Agassiz, Louis, 388
agency, 125, 132–136
agential realism, 485, 500n28
agit plays, 758
agit-prop theater, 758
The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs (Daisey), 85n151
Agrippa d’Aubigné, 60
Aguilera, Christina, 186f
aharya abhinaya, 309–310, 314–315
Ahn, Philip, 368, 373
Ah Sin (Twain and Hart), 675, 686n33
Ahwahneechee, 458
AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP), 934
Akala (Kingslee James Daley), 610
Akan (Ashanti), 706
Albright, Ann Cooper, 5, 9, 311
Alcestis (Graham), 281
alchemy, 73
Aldridge, Ira, 46
Alegría, Ricardo, 710–711
Alemán, Arnoldo, 702–703
Alexander, F. M., 112
Alexander III, 492
Alexander Technique, 112–114, 130
Alhambra Theatre, 902–903
“Alice in Mia-land” (Michaels), 184f
alienation, 733
Alim, H. Samy, 621n10
“Alive from Off Center” (PBS), 191n30
Alleyn, Edward, 625, 638n7
“All I sell is my time” (Sweet Charity), 157
“All Night Forever” (The Civil War), 388
“All Quiet on the Potomac,” 386
Ally McBeal, 180
Almack’s club, 38
Aloha Café (Seaman’s Church), 41
Alpert Award, 609
alternative dance, 583
Althusser, Louis, 593, 596–597
Alviene, Claude, 907
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, 614
Amagatzu Ushio, 557
Amaris, Lian, 483
Ambrose, 327–328
“America” (West Side Story), 158
American Archeology #1: Roosevelt Island (Monk), 405
American Bandstand, 182
American Conservatory Theatre, 620n2
American history, 380–397
American Masters Series, 381
American Place Theatre, 372
The American Race (Brinton), 700
American Red Cross, 942n2
American Society for Theater Research (ASTR), 3–4, 100
American Theater Hall of Fame, 363–364
American Theatre Magazine, 96, 373
L’Amour médecin (Doctor Cupid) (Molière), 253
anality, 347, 657
anal sex, 657
anarchism, 868, 882
anatomy, phenomenological, 114–115
ancient Greek theater, 279–299
ancient Greek tragedy, 25, 279–280, 297n28
ancient Rome, 330–331
Ancora, Imparo, 894–895
Andersen, Hans Christian, 373
Anderson, Benedict, 727n41, 747n18, 758–760
Anderson, Carol, 96
Anderson, Jim, 876
Anderson, Mia, 262
(p. 967) Anderson, Michael, 528
Anderson, Patrick, 12–13
Anderson, Virginia, 15
Andong Mask Festival, 797
Andong Mask Museum, 794, 797
androgynes, 72
Andromache, 293
Andromache (Euripides), 293
Andromache’s Lament (Graham), 281
Angela’s Mixtape (Davis), 609, 609f, 616f
Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches, 938, 945n58
angika abhinaya, 309–310
animal observations, 34n21
bestiality, 347–351
hobbyhorses, 336, 344–347
horse ballet or horse dancing (dressage), 814–816, 833, 837n27
interspecies performance, 821–829
Macho Ratón (dance of mules), 697–698
machos (mules), 693–694, 694f, 695f
ponyplay, 347
stags, 82n97
“Animal Sex” (Grosz), 67
Ankoku Butoh (“darkness dance”) (Hijikata), 551, 555
Annenkov, Iurii, 753, 761, 763
Anne of Denmark, 639n25
Annie, 166n69
anniversary celebrations, 754. see also specific anniversaries or celebrations
Anouilh, Jean, 255
anthropology, 568
anti-Chinese laws, 377n24
Antigone (Anouilh), 255
Antigone (Living Theatre), 871, 874, 882
Antigone (Sophocles), 279
antimodernism, 438–441
Antioch, 331
anti-Semitism, 891–896
antitheatricalism, 8
antitheory theory, 136–138
Antoinette Perry (Tony) Awards, 148, 364, 370, 924, 935
Apassionata, 814
Aphrodisias (Turkey), 326
apocalypse: rehearsing, 877–879
Apollo’s Angels (Homan), 252
Apostolidès, Jean-Marie, 65
Appalachian Spring, 286
Appia, Adolphe, 376n5
appropriation, 729–749, 850, 852–853, 898–899
araimandi, 307–308
Arbeau, Toinot, 357n37
The Arcades Project, 311
Arcenas, Loy, 364
archeology, topos, 326–327
Archibald, Renée, 650, 650f, 651, 653–654, 654f, 658f, 659f
Architecting (The TEAM), 418
Architectura, 4–5
architectural landscape, 411–417
architectural real estate theater, fake, 198
Arellano, Jorge Eduardo, 698
“Are We Free?” (The Civil War), 389
Arison, Ted, 49
Aristides, 327
Aristophanes, 280
Aristotle, 20, 295
Didascaliai, 99
Poetics, 25, 91, 249n1
Armin, Robert, 625
Armstrong, Louis, 551
Arnaz, Desi, 181
Arnaz, Desi, Jr., 181
Arons, Wendy, 502n63
art
as activism, 353
aesthetics of, 789–791
conceptual, 142
as imitative, 79n11, 249n1
performance, 612
Artaud, Antonin, 15, 127, 135, 216, 881, 888n36, 958–961
The Theater and Its Double, 870, 959
“The Theater and the Plague,” 867–868, 870–872, 948
Theater of Cruelty, 250n4, 959
artfully sensate (aesthetic) uses of imagery, 572–573
The Arthur Murray Party, 182
The Arthur Murray Show (CBS, NBC), 181
artifice, 61–62
(p. 968) artistic pluralism, 241
art-making, 385
Aryans, 777, 789
Asakawa, Takako, 283
Ascension Variations (Monk), 405
Ashanti (Akan), 706
Ashanti fontomfrom dance, 605
Ashikawa, 572
“Ashokan Farewell” (Ungar), 383, 386, 390
Ash Pillar technique, 572
Asian American actors, 369–370, 679–680
Asian American costume design, 371–376
Asian American Movement, 373
Asian American theater, 282, 362–379, 676, 678–682, 687n44
Asian Canadian theater, 687n44
Asinamali (Ngema), 238, 239
Assassination of Marat (Weerts), 392
Astaire, Fred, 172
Asturias, Míguel Ángel, 704n2
As You Like It (Shakespeare), 266
Atabey, 721
Atkinson, Brooks, 258
Atlas (Monk), 405
Les Atrides (Mnouchkine), 279, 288–290, 291f, 292, 292f, 296, 675
“L’Attache d’Ambassade,” 914n51
attention, 114
attitude(s)
toward HIV/AIDS, 922–947
presentational, 192n41
“The Auction” (Fondly Do We Hope … Fervently Do We Pray), 391, 393
audience participation and reception, 19–20
at Camp performances, 849–850, 853
“the chord” exercise, 876
crowd behavior, 879–886, 960–961
ideal, 309
laughter, 525–530
Living Theatre contagion, 867–868, 870–872, 876, 881
spectatorship, 338, 851–852, 871, 873–874
Augustine, 327–329, 331
Auslander, Philip, 104n14
Austin, J. L., 491
authenticity, 13, 372, 710f, 711
Authentic Movement, 112
authorship
appropriation, 729–749, 850, 852–853, 898–899
copyright protection, 732, 914n51, 915n81
shared, 102
auto-cours, 127, 141
autoeroticism, 661
Avant Garde Dance Company, 614
L’Avare (The Miser) (Molière), 253, 256–257, 262
Avian, Bob, 155
Avignon Festival, 874
Avorgbedor, Daniel, 240
awareness, 115
Axum, 237
Ayala, Castor, 711
Los Ayeres de la Bomba, 726n34
ayo, damali, 747n30
Azancot, Myrian, 294
Baartman, Sarrjie “Sarah” (Venus Hottentot), 375–376
Bacchae (Euripides), 280
bachelor men, 680
Backman, E. Louis, 952
Badone, Ellen, 476n7
Bakari, Kitwana, 607
Baker, Dow, 49
Baker, Josephine, 375–376, 730–731
Baker, Rob, 425n46
Bakhtin, MIkhail, 845
Balanchine, George, 150–151
Balboa, 730
Le bal des voleurs (Thieves’ Carnival) (Anouilh), 255
Baldwin, Jane, 10–11
Bales, Melanie, 129–130, 136
Le Balet comique de la Royne (Beaujoyeulx), 56–69, 75–77, 76f, 81n64, 83n101, 83n111
Au lecteur” (To the Reader), 57–58
Figure de la salle” (Patin), 65, 66f
Balinese dance, 135, 280, 948, 954
Ball, Lucille, 181
ballet, 138–139
classical, 283
(p. 969) horse ballet or horse dancing (dressage), 814–816, 833, 837n27
as modern invention, 75–77, 76f
as propaganda, 586
story, 8
“Ballet” (House/Lights, The Wooster Group), 416
Le Ballet de la Délivrance de Renaud, 57, 68–69, 73, 83n111
le Ballet de la nuit, 80n26
Ballet Folklórico de la Familia Cepeda, 711
Ballet Folklórico de los Hermanos Ayala, 710f, 711
Ballet Folklórico Nicaraguense, 694–695
Ballet International, 101
“Ballet of Young Frankenstein” (House/Lights, The Wooster Group), 416
Ballet Opera House, 776–777
Ballets: USA, 158
Les Ballets C de la B, 105n27
ballets de cour, 65
Les Ballets Russes, 280, 584
Ballou, Sullivan, 383, 390
ballroom dance, 185–187, 190n16, 732
DanceSport, 187–188
Bal Masques, 855, 860n15
Bal Masque XXIX, 840–841, 843–849, 851, 853–857
Bal Masque XXX, 847
Bal Masque XXXI, 847
Baltimore Sun, 890
bamboula, 725n6
BAM Next Wave Festival, 836n1
banana boats, 49
Bandanna Land, 908
Bandoneon (Bausch), 219–220
Banes, Sally, 104n14, 134–135, 142–143, 145, 406, 425n43, 425n47, 583, 612
“Terpsichore in Combat Boots” (Banes and Manning), 146n7
Banff Indian Days, 430, 439–441, 440f
Banham, Martin, 244, 250n2
Banks, Daniel, 608, 619
Banqueting House, 624
bantaba circle, 612
Bantu (Kikongo), 706
Bar, Doron, 476n7
Barad, Karen, 485–486, 493, 500n18, 500n28
Barba, Eugenio, 669–670
Barbarossa, Frederick, 492
Barber, Samuel, 283
Le Barbier de Séville, 255
“Barcelona” (Company), 162
Bard College, 141
“baring the device,” 142–143
Barker, Francis, 215–216
Barman, Emily, 924
Barnes, Frances Beck, 915n78
Barnes, Thomas, 626
“baroque” (term), 80n32
baroque Orientalism, 81n64
Barrault, Jean-Louis, 245, 256
Barrault-Renaud Company, 878
Barrymore, Ethel, 942n2
Barrymore, John, 942n2
Bartabas (Clément Marty), 14, 813–822, 815f, 821f, 823f, 826–828, 828, 830f, 831–836, 834, 836n2, 836n4, 837n37
Bartok, Bela, 570
Barton, Halbert, 717
Basques, 72
Bateson, Gregory, 953
Bathylus of Alexandria, 327
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 858n3, 860n21
Bal Masque XXIX, 840–841, 843–849, 851, 853–857
Bal Masque XXX, 847
Bal Masque XXXI, 847
Krewe of Apollo – Baton Rouge, 14, 840–844, 852–854, 857, 859n7, 860n14
Mystic Krewe of Apollo – Baton Rouge, 842–844, 859n14
“One Baton Rouge” initiative, 846, 859n9
The Baton Rouge Advocate, 858n5
Baton Rouge AIDS Society, 860n21
battered women, 305, 315, 317–319, 318f, 319f, 323
“Battle Cry of Freedom,” 386
“Battle Hymn of the Republic,” 390
Baty, Gaston, 255
Bauman, Richard, 475n5
Bausch, Pina, 8–9, 213–235, 546, 548, 551–555, 568–574, 815
Bandoneon, 219–220
Café Müller, 213–215, 558, 569
“City Dances,” 549
collaboration with Bartabas, 836n4
dance dramaturgy, 91, 94–95, 102
He Takes Her by the Hand and Leads Her into the Castle, the Others Follow, 223
Iphigenie on Tauris, 223
Kontakthof, 217–222, 568
Nelken, 225
Nur Du, 223, 569
Orpheus and Eurydice, 223
Palermo, Palermo, 221–223
Pina, 104n5
Renate Emigrates, 226–227
Rite of Spring, 225–226, 552, 570–571, 574
World Cities, 571
Bawtree, Michael, 266
Baxmann, Inge, 223, 231n28
Bazin, André, 190n23, 191n25
BBDO, 177
b-boying/b-girling, 612–613
Beam, Sara, 83n108
bearded women, 340, 355n19
beards, 357n35357n36
Beardsley, Aubrey, 900, 906, 916n96
Bearss, Ed, 383, 389
Beasley, Snookie, 741f
beating fantasy, 656
Beat Street, 614
Beaujoyeulx, Balthazar de, 56–69, 66f, 75–77, 76f, 79n13, 81n64, 83n101, 83n111
Becker, Judith, 953–955
Bee Gees, 417
Beetle Juice, 851
Before the Parade Passes By (Gilvey), 159
behavior
in daily life (lokadharmi), 669–670
dance behavior (natyadharmi), 669–670
deliberately assumed, 549
Beijing opera, 280, 672, 674, 676–677, 683
Beiswanger, George, 96
Belasco, David, 368
bele, 725n6
believability, 532
Beller, Alexandra, 655–656, 658
La Belle Zola, 904
Belo, Jane, 954
Benjamin, Walter, 311, 508
Bennett, Jane, 489–490, 500n19
Bennett, Jill, 532
Bennett, Michael, 148–150, 155, 159–162, 162f
Benrimo, Harry, 368, 675–676, 679–680, 686n33
Benson, Charles, 46
Bentivoglio, Leonetta, 216
Bentley, G. E., 625–626, 642n70
Bentley, Toni, 913n37
Ben-Tovim, Ruth, 105n27
Béraud, Jean, 256
Berendt, Karl Hermann, 692–693, 700
Bergalis, Kimberly, 934
Bergen, Benjamin, 540n19
Berger, Mark, 425n39
Les Bergeries, or L’Arténice (Racan), 628
Berliner Ensemble, 93
Berlin Olympic Games (1936), 282, 784–788, 785f, 786f, 791–792
Berlin Opera House, 776–777, 780
Berlin State Opera, 776–777, 780
Berlin University, 777
Bernstein, Leonard, 157–158
Bernstein, Robin, 62
Berubé, Alan, 861n27
Bessie Award, 614
Best, Stephen, 540n6
Best Buy, 202
Best Buy, 202
bestiality, 347–351
“The Best of the Best,” 942n3
BET, 607
BET Hip-Hop Awards, 614
Beth Shean, 331
Bhabha, Homi, 653
bharatanatyam, 303, 307–308
bhavas (portrayal), 304, 307
Bhavavivika, 283
Bhune, Freie, 92
Bierstadt, Albert, 477n37
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, 746
Bigot, Georges, 293
The Big Sea (Hughes), 739
“Big Spender” (Sweet Charity), 156–157, 163, 166n45
Bilevel (Streb), 564–565
bilingualism, 259
billboard advertisements, 36, 37f
Billion Dollar Baby, 154
Billman, Larry, 190n17
Bill Moyers Journal, 381
Bill T. Jones: A Good Man, 381
Biner, Pierre, 876
Bing, Suzanne, 254, 273n17
biomechanics, 3
biopolitics, 596, 669–749
Birch, Cyril, 687n41
Birch, T., 640n45
Birringer, Johannes, 225–226
The Birth of Tragedy (Nietzsche), 784
Bitek, Okot p’, 238
“Bitter Salt” (SUNOH!), 312, 320–321
Black Bottom dance, 731–732
Black Caribe, 49
Black Eyed Peas, 201
blackface, 47–48, 48f, 371
Blackfoot (Siksikáwa), 446n4
Blackfoot confederacy (Niitsitapi), 446n4
Blackfoot dance, 433–434, 439–440, 440f
Blackness, 598
Black Panthers, 868
Black Rhythm, 730, 740, 748n37
black theater, 605
Blair, Rhonda, 539n4
Blake, Mervyn, 267
Blanco, Tomás, 726n20
Blandón, Erick, 703
Blankenbuehler, Andy, 150, 166n69
blanqueamiento (whitening), 712
Blendick, James, 267
Bloch, Maurice, 954
Blood, Narcisse, 430, 444–445
Blood Indians (Káínaa), 446n4
Bloom, Gina, 355n20
Bloomer Girl, 160–161
Bluebeard (Bausch), 223, 568–570, 572–573
Bluebeard’s Castel (Bartok), 570
“Blue Danube,” 200
The Blue Dragon (Lepage), 578, 584–585, 586
The Blue Dragon (Lepage and Michaud), 585, 585
Blue Weddings (Love Art Laboratory), 481
Bly, Mary, 349
B movies, 848, 851
Boal, Augusto, 204, 245, 701, 886–887
Bocan, Jacques Cordier dit, 630, 632
Bockenheimer Depot, 27
bodily comportment, 190n18
bodily exchange, 116
bodily experience, 214–217
bodily presence, 113, 217–221, 229–230
Bodin, Jean, 64
body, 224–227. see also embodiment
Body-Mind Centering, 34n21, 112
“body pile” (Living Theatre), 867–869, 869f, 870–871, 884
body shape, 375–376
Bogdanov, Alexander, 755–756
Bohr, Niels, 485
Bollen, Jonathan, 858n1
Bolshevik Party, 753, 771n25
Bolshevik regime, 753–774
Bolt, Alan, 700
bomba, 13, 706–728, 707f, 710f, 726n35
bombazo, 710f, 715–716, 726n35
Bond, Edward, 369
Bonds, Tom, 625
bones, 354n14
The Bone Woman (Koff), 24
Bongsan Talchum, 796–797, 802–807, 805f, 807–811
Bonnemaison, Joel, 931
Book of Days (Monk), 405
Booth Theatre, 620n3
Borges, Jorge Luis, 62
“The Borrowed Art of Gertrude Hoffman” (Hoffman), 898, 914n49
Bosé, Miguel, 821f, 822, 829, 830f
Boston Banana Company, 49
Bouillon, Catherine, 83n113
Bounce, 190n20
Bouquet, Romain, 253
(p. 972) Bourbon, Cardinal de, 75–77, 76f, 79n15, 83n104
Bourdieu, Pierre, 670
Bourgeois gentilhomme (Molière), 260
Bowman, Michael, 226
Boylen, Barbara, 171–172, 172f
Brahm, Otto, 92
braids, 313–315, 314f, 367
Brand China Industry Union (BCIU), 683–684
Brand China movement, 683–684
branding, 200, 205
Brantley, Ben, 22
Braudy, Leo, 190n23, 191n25
Braun, Kwame, 245
Breakaway, 730–731, 745
Breakdown, 442
breaking, 613
Breaking 2: Electric Boogaloo, 614
Breakthrough, 552, 552f
Brecht, Bertolt, 127, 582, 777, 867, 888n36
didactic plays, 879
Good Woman of Setzuan, 369
In the Jungle of Cities and Man Is Man, 867
learning plays, 879
The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny (Brecht and Weill), 260
Verfremdungs effect, 228
Brecht, Stefan, 882
Breithaupt, Fritz, 531–532, 541n32, 542n50
Brejzek, Thea, 207n1
Brennan, Teresa, 908
Breuer, Lee, 404
The Brian Setzer Orchestra, 746
bricolage, 130
The Brig (Brown), 867
Bring It On, 166n69
Brinton, Daniel, 693, 700
Britland, Karen, 632
Broadhurst Theatre, 730
Broadway, 164–165n6, 364–365, 943n12
community, 924–925
dance history of, 149–150
Broadway Backwards, 923
Broadway Bares, 923, 926–933, 937–941, 944n33
Broadway Bares III, 933–937
Broadway Bares XVII, 937
Broadway Bares XVIII, 937
Broadway Bares XXII: Happy Endings, 940–941
Broadway Cares, 925
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA), 923, 925, 930–931, 940–941, 943n23
Broocke, Thomas, 356n26
Brook, Peter, 245, 815, 959
Brooklyn Academy of Music, 25, 27
Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, 561
Brooks, Daphne, 917n106
Brooks, Pamela, 271
Broun, Heywood C., 900
Brown, Antonio, 384, 391–392
Brown, James, 613
Brown, John, 383
Brown, Kenneth, 867
Brown, Trisha, 28, 134, 583–584, 588n3
Brown, William Wells, 46
Browning, Barbara, 502n54
Browning, Peter, 477n26
Brueghel the Elder, Peter, 952
Bruner, Edward M., 475n3, 476n11
Brustein, Robert, 365, 376n10
Buber, Martin, 868, 888n36
Buckland, Theresa, 353n3
Buddhism, 283, 554–555
Buduburam Refugee Camp, 608
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West, 449n36
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 180, 851
bugaku, 672
Bukharin, Nikolai, 757
Bulbul, Asli, 384, 391, 393
buleadores, 706, 718, 724n1
Bull Run, 386
Bulrusher (Davis), 609
Bump, 928
Bune, 800–801
Bunheads, 180, 191n35
Burbage, Richard, 625
Burke, Kenneth, 25
burlesque, 271
Burns, Ken, 380–397
The War, 381
Burns effect, 386
Burt, Ramsay, 146n7
Butcher, 795f, 800, 802
Butler, Guy, 284
Butler, James, 274n58
Butler, Judith, 190n19, 221, 488, 501n52, 597
Butler, Martin, 639n25, 642n67
Butler, Todd, 354n7
butoh, 3, 8, 296n16, 519–520, 546–549, 548, 551–560, 573, 574n7
Ankoku Butoh (“darkness dance”), 551, 555
Butt, Alfred, 896
buzzard lope, 731
Byrne, Barbara, 263
Cabaret, 93, 935
Cabaret Equestre, 817–818, 820, 822, 823f, 831, 833, 834, 835–836
Caesar, Sid, 178–179
Café Müller (Bausch), 213–215, 558, 569
Cage, John, 141, 583, 872, 888n36
La Cage aux Folles, 926
Cahill, Marie, 905, 909
cakewalk, 141
Calgary, Alberta, 430
Calgary Stampede, 430, 439
Callery, Dymphna, 137
Callison, Darcey, 12
Callot, Jacques, 633
Calvi, Andrea, 701
Cambodian dance, 155
Camera Lucida (Barthes), 579
Cameron, Alan, 331
Cameron, Averil, 333n12
Camille, 686n30
Camp, 841, 849–857, 861n25
Bal Masque XXIX, 840–841, 843–849, 851, 853–857
Campbell, Douglas, 258
Canada, 429–451, 447n19, 680
Gradual Civilization Act, 447n9
Indian Act, 448n25
Québécois theater, 255, 257, 259–260
Quiet Revolution, 259
Railway Agreement, 448n31
Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR), 439, 441–442
Canadian Theatre Review, 101
Candid Camera, 181, 205
Canetti, Elias, 880–881, 885
Cannonball Drop (Streb), 565
Cantonese opera (yueju), 670–671, 673–674
capitalism, 310, 840–863
cappelli, M. G. Renu, 595–596
Caramallus, 327
“Car-Ballet” (House/Lights, The Wooster Group), 415
Carlos, Laurie, 620n3
Carlson, Ann, 595–596
Carlson, Marvin, 8
Carmen, 777
Carne Brothers, 375
Carnival
drag Carnival, 840–863
Louisiana Carnival, 842, 844–845, 856–857, 859n8
Carnival, 159
Carnival Cruises, 49
Caroline masques, 624–645, 640n40
“Carol’s Dance Notes” (Anderson), 96
Carrie’s Web (Moorty), 304, 306–308, 306f, 307f, 308f, 311, 320, 323
Carroll, Noel, 859n6
Carson, Anne, 27
Cartel ds Quatre, 255
Carter, Huntley, 769
Cartesianism, 215–216
La Cartoucherie de Vincennes, 290
Case, Sue-Ellen, 192n37, 862n31
case studies
in Asian American theater, 362–366
in ecotourism, 456–457
of philanthroproduction, 933–937
in physical theater, 131–132
Cash, Johnny, 415
Casperson, Dana, 27–28
Cassiodorus, 331
Casson, Jane, 265–266
castration, 342, 344, 357n36, 483
castration complex, 656–658, 664n37
castratos, 676
Catanese, Brandi Wilkins, 747n30
catharsis, 20, 25
Cats, 148
causality, 537–538
“The Cause (1861)” (The Civil War), 380–383, 386–390, 394–395
cause-and-effect chain, 537–538
causes, 922–947
Cavalia, 814
Cavendish, William, 634
Cave of the Heart (Graham), 281–282, 282f, 283
Celebrity enterprises, 49
cello, 945n60
censorship, 781, 909
Central Station (Antwerp), 208n9
Centre Dramatique de l’Ouest, 256
Centre for Indigenous Theatre, 274n58
Cepeda, Rafael, 711
ceremonial dance, 335, 434
Cermatori, Joseph, 101
Certificate in Live Production, Theatre and Events, 513–514
certification, physical theater, 128
Chaconne dance, 72
Chaikin, Joseph, 93, 876
Chainey, Naomi, 513
Chajin mori, 797
chakras, 499n3
Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, 387
Chamberlin, Peter, 384, 391
Chambré, Susan, 926
Champion, Gower, 150, 159, 164
Chan, Jackie, 680
Chan, Marty, 680–681, 683, 687n53
Chancerel, Léon, 255
Chandler, Keith, 353n2
Chang E Flying to the Moon (Chang’e benyue), 674
Changuita Perla, 97–98
Chapel/Chapter (Jones), 390–391
Chapel of the Sea (Seaman’s Church), 41
Chaplin, Charlie, 686n31
Chappe, Claude, 819
character analysis, 151–154
character expressiveness, 157–158
Charles Benson: Mariner of Color in the Age of Sail (Sokolow), 46
Charles II, 631, 637
Charles Philippe, 79n15
Charleston, 730–731, 745
Charpentier, Gabriel, 264, 266, 268
Chatoyer, 46, 49
Chatterjee, Sandra, 304, 318
Chavkin, Rachel, 418–419
Chekhov, Michael, 127
Chen, Caroline, 208n6
Cheng, Anne Anlin, 375–376
Chen Kaige, 687n37
Cherniavsky, Felix, 913n37
cherry-pit (game), 357n39
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, 746
Chestnut, Mary, 387
Cheval-Theatre, 814
Chickencoop Chinaman (Chin), 372
“The Childhood Home,” 142
Children’s School (New York), 254
Chimère, 819
Chin, Frank, 372, 374, 378n34, 678
Chinatowns, 377n26
chin-chucking, 357n35
Chinese Communist Party, 685n14
Chinese dance, 13, 208n6, 669–690
Chinese drama, 674
Chinese modernity, 672–675
Chinese Must Go (Grimm), 675, 686n33
Chinese opera, 8, 280, 669–690
Chinglish (Hwang), 370
chinoiserie, 367–368
chischils, 694, 695f
Chloridia: Rites to Chloris and Her Nymphs, 624, 626, 631–634, 641n56, 641n62
Chmerkovsky, Valentin, 187f, 188f
Cho, Myung Hee, 364
Choephoroi (Libation Bearers) (Mnouchkine), 289–290, 291f, 293–294
Choi Chang-ju, 804
“the chord,” 876
chorea, 949
(p. 975) Chorengi, 795f, 799, 801
choreography, 404–405, 448n23, 452, 531, 596
of causes, 922–947
creative, 312–323
hip-hop, 612
choreomania, 8, 15, 948–964
choreopoetry, 605
Choreotones (CBS), 191n30
Choricius, 327, 331
Choricus of Gaza, 327
chorography, 404–405
chorus, 280, 297n28
Chorus for Maenads, Chorus for Furies (Graham), 281
A Chorus Line, 148–151, 159–160, 164
Chouinard, Marie, 583
Christian, Heather, 419
Christianity, 329
Christmas in the Square (Le Noël sur la place) (Ghéon), 255
Christout, Marie-Françoise, 78n3
Chrysostom, John, 329–331
Chuck D, 611
Chung Moon-sik, 809
Church, Andrew B., 40–41
Chusok, 804
Chuvin, Pierre, 333n11
Ch’wibari, 809–810
Ciceri, Leo, 266–269
cigarettes, 190n20
C.I.H., 895
cinesthetic bodies, 385
cipher tradition, 612
Circe, 64, 67, 79n5, 82n71
Circe (Graham), 281
circle images, 570–571
circus performance, 8, 813–839
Cirque du Soleil, 139, 143
Citadel Theatre, 687n54
“City Dances” (Bausch), 549
civilized drama (wenmingxi), 674
Civil Rights Act, 381
Civil War: A Narrative (Foote), 383
The Civil War (Burns), 380–383, 386–390, 394–395
Clark, Andy, 524, 529–530, 532–533
classical ballet, 283
classical Chinese dance, 671–672
Claudian, 327
Cleto, 861n27
Cleveland Public Theatre, 32
“Click It” (Broadway Bares), 940
climatescape, 402, 417–423
climbing, 470–471, 477n39
Climenhaga, Royd, 10
Clindinnen, Inga, 434
clinical medicine, 7
Clinton, Catherine, 387
clothed nudity, 905
clowning, 8
club plays, 758
Clurman, Harold, 93
Clytemnestra (Graham), 281, 286, 287f, 288f
Coates, Emily, 101
Cocteau, Jean, 255
Coddingtoun, Richard, 342
Codex Theodosius, 327, 330
“cogito” experience, 6
Cognition in the Globe: Attention and Memory in Shakespeare’s Theatre (Tribble), 533
cognitive science, 7, 524–525
Cohen, Bonnie Bainbridge, 34n21, 112, 508
Cohen, Hennig, 858n2
Cohen, Nathan, 275n72
Cohen, Nicole, 206
Cohen, Selma Jeanne, 5
Cohen-Hattab, Kobi, 476n7
Colbert, Soyica, 605
Cold War, 875
Cole, Jack, 156, 159, 178–179, 179f, 192n39
Colebrook, Claire, 402, 418
Coleman, Cy, 156
Coleman, Zendaya, 187f, 188f
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 531
colingualism, 259
collaboration, 102
Collective Consciousness Theatre, 610
Collège de Sainte-Marie, 255
Collegiate, 730–731, 745
Collins, Rise, 620n3
Collins, Rufus, 873–874, 876–878
colonialism, 238, 366–367, 438, 443–445
colonial theatrics, 429–451
Colored Seaman’s Home, 42, 42f, 45
(p. 976) Color Struck (Hurston), 605
Comédiens-Routiers, 255–256
The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare), 260–262
Comensoli, Viviana, 354n7
commedia dell’arte, 135
commercialization, 445
Common Era, 326–327
The Commonweal, 161
Communist Party, 685n14
communitas, 24–25
community
of mind, 924
of place, 924
community performance, 507–522, 729–749
Compagnie 111/Aurélian Bory, 143
Compagnie des Quinze, 254
Compagnie Grenier-Hussenot, 256
Compagnons de saint Laurent, 255, 273n22
Company, 161–162, 162f, 163, 166n65
competition
dance-based reality TV shows, 182–184, 184f, 185f, 188
dance/music competitions, 37–40
pow wow competitions, 444–445
Complicite, 127
Composition, 141
conceptual art, 142
concert dance, 191n30
concert party theatre, 245
Confucianism, 7
Congress on Research in Dance (CORD), 3–5, 100
The Connection (Gelber), 867
Connerton, Paul, 763, 771n27
Conquergood, Dwight, 33n2, 239
Conried, Heinrich, 894–895
consciousness
double, 317
unconsciousness, 231n14
Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique (Montreal), 259
Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique (Quebec City), 259
Constantinople, 331
constructivism, 144–145
Contact, 2, 16n3
Contact Improvisation, 30–31, 112, 117
contagion, 867–868, 870–872
“the chord” exercise, 876
of dance, 898–899
dancing plagues, 949–958, 960, 962n42
epidemic choreomania, 948–964
Living Theatre, 867–868, 870–872, 876, 881
Salomania, 15, 890–892, 896, 902, 904–911
containment
Living Theatre, 874–877
of Salome epidemic, 906–909
Contarinie, Pietro, 640n44
contemporary African drama, 237
contemporary dance theater, 2–3, 19–34, 401–428
Contemporary Legend Theater, 676–677, 683
contemporary theater, 19–34, 103n1
Contemporary Theatre Review, 101
The Contest (Rugyendo), 238–239, 242
continuous staging, 159
contrefait” (counterfeit), 81n59
“Conversations on Choreography” (Dance Theatre Journal), 100
Cook, Amy, 7, 12, 539n4, 540n13, 540n23, 541n28
Cook, Susan, 190n16
Cooke, Richard P., 155
cool, 722
“Cool” (West Side Story), 158
“coolie” ships, 44
Copeau, Jacques, 126–127, 252–254, 273n17
Copiaus, 254
copyright, 732, 914n51, 915n81
Copyright Act, 732, 898
Corney, Frederick, 760, 770
corporeal discourse, 353
in bomba, 715–723
contemporary, 19–34
in equestrian dancing, 829–836
corporeal improvisation, 141–142
corporeality, 5, 131, 140–143
bodies as corporealities, 446n6
definition of, 20
intercorporeal being, 109, 112, 117
intercorporeal encounter, 121
in postmodern dance, 144
(p. 977) Cortege of Eagles (Graham), 281
Cortijo, Rafael, 726n21
Costa Cruises, 49
costume design
Asian American, 371–376
case study, 362–366
clothed nudity, 905
discarded costumes, 8–9
“oriental” conventions, 366–368
for Salome, 904–906
Côté cour … côté jardin, 256
Cotton Club, 733, 747n12
Le Cotton Club de New York, 743f
Coulombe, Joseph, 515–516
The Council of Love (Panizza), 893
Council of Trullo, 331
counter-plantation, 725n5
counterpublics, 515
country dance, 161
court masques, 624–645
court performance, 8, 13
Craig, Gordon, 254
Crane, Mary Thomas, 539n4
Crawford, Joan, 730–731
Creative Theatre (Kerzhentsev), 755–756
Croce, Arlene, 218
Croft, Clare, 97–98, 101
Crofts, Charles, 636–637
Cromwell, Oliver, 641n63
cross-dressing, 341–344, 356n26
“Crossing Brooklyn Ferry” (Whitman), 391, 393
“Crossing the Line” ceremonies, 40–42
crowd behavior, 201–202, 879–886, 960–961
Crowds and Power (Canetti), 885
The Crucible (Miller), 93
cruelty, 250n4, 959
masochism, 348–349
pornography of pain, 218
cruise ships, 49–50, 50n2
Cruse, Mildred, 743f
Cuadra, Pablo Antonio, 693, 700
Cuba, 725n6
cuddy, 358n42
Cullen, Countee, 284
cultural art, 715
cultural differentiation, 711
cultural homogeneity, 737
cultural identity, 716
The Cultural Politics of Emotion (Ahmed), 31–32
Cultural Revolution, 585–586, 587
cultural synchronicity, 931–933
culture
images of, 548–549
indigenous, 438
physicalization of, 197
viral, 197
Culture Shock Dance Troupe National Network, 614
Cumming, Alan, 929
Cunningham, Merce, 28, 404, 583
Cunningham, Patricia A., 916n96
Cunz, Rolf, 778–779, 781
Curacao, 725n6
Current Literature, 892
Curtis, Jess, 30
custom, 931
“Cyber Chat” (SUNOH!), 304, 313
Cymbeline (Shakespeare), 261, 266–269, 270f
Cyrenaica, 331
Cyrenaica (Ptolemais), 331
Cyril of Jerusalem, 329, 333n20
da Cunha, Juliana Carneiro, 290, 291f, 294
Dadaism, 8, 138
Daisey, Mike, 85n151
Dalai Lama, 283
Daley, Kingslee James (Akala), 610
Daly, Ann, 190n18, 218
damian (“Big Mask”), 672
dance. see also specific dances, types; specific works
abstract, 163–164
in advertising, 173
African American, 141, 605, 613, 730
Afro-Puerto Rican, 706–728, 725n11
about AIDS, 934–935
alternative, 583
ancient Greek, 279–299
Balinese, 135, 280, 948, 954
Black Bottom, 731–732
Blackfoot, 433–434, 439–440, 440f
Cambodian, 155
ceremonial, 335, 434
Chinese, 13, 208n6, 669–690
classical, 671–672
concert, 191n30
contagion of, 898–899
contemporary, 19–34
as corporeal discourse, 19–34, 353
country, 161
“darkness dance” (Ankoku Butoh) (Hijikata), 551, 555
definition of, 402, 595
in details, 61–62
documentary, 23
dressage (horse ballet or horse dancing), 814–816, 833, 837n27
early English popular dance, 335
in early modern archives, 56–89
as embodied identity, 178–182
as embodied index, 922–947
environmental, 548f, 549, 550f–551f
equestrian, 829–836
to examine character in psychological terms, 151–154
face, 317–318
in film musicals, 178
folk, 443, 692, 694, 697–699
Garífuna, 49–50, 52n31
German, 777–778
hip-hop, 604–623
integrated, 157–158
as means of social identity, 190n18
as metaphor, 160–163
in musical theater, 148–168
to narrate story, 154–156
new, 583
Nigerian, 245
Ogirinye, 245
poison, 548
post-Judson, 128–130
postmodern, 8, 94, 125–147, 129f, 582–584
public, 962n42
Puerto Rican, 613, 706–728, 707f, 710f
Pyrrhic, 72, 280
quotidian, 138, 717
ragtime, 730
of “Ranryou-ou,” 672
rap, 613
resistant politics of, 691–705
as revolutionary, 704
rhythmic board dances, 39–40, 39f
right to, 592, 600
salsa, 715–716
satyr, 280
shaking of the sheets, 339
shoulder, 797
silent, 591
social, 335
social dance, 8, 172–173, 190n16, 335
street, 598
sun, 444
swing, 730
on television, 173, 191n30
theatrical, 169–195, 335
tightrope dances (danses sur les cordes), 72
traditional, 444, 672, 692
to transition to another scene and cinematic sensibility, 158–160
at weddings, 339
during Western expansionism, 429–451
witches’ dances, 73–74
The Dance and the Railroad (Hwang), 678, 687n46
“The Dance at the Gym” (West Side Story), 158–159
dance-based reality TV shows, 182–184, 184f, 185f, 188
dance behavior (natyadharmi), 669–670
dance coaches, 98
Dance Collective Danse, 96
dance competitions, 38–39
Jarocho, 39–40, 39f
jig competitions, 38
(p. 979) danced poetry, 279
dance drama, 704
dance dramaturgy, 90–108
Dance Exchange, 23
dance experience, 558–560
DANCE EXPERIENCE (Hijikata), 546
dance histories, 72
“Dance in America” (PBS Great Performances), 191n30
Dance Moms, 209n20
dance/music competitions, 37–40
dance narratives, 69–73, 154–156
Dance of Death, 260
Dance of Poverty, 697
“Dance of the Seven Veils,” 893, 894. see also Salomania
dance play, 2
dance protests, 594–595
dancer/drummer relationships, 715, 717–719, 727n46
dance realism, 159
dancer’s body
as commodity, 219–221
as object, 219–221, 225
as performative construct, 227–229, 242–243
as representative of our connection to the world, 223–224, 227
DanceSport, 185–188
dance studies, 7
dance theater, 8, 16n4, 223, 231n28, 545–575
as archaeology of ways of life, 228
contemporary, 2–3, 19–34, 401–428
Indian dance and theater, 303–325, 438–439, 441–442, 669–670
modern dance and theater, 8, 548
theatrical dance, 335
The Dance Theater (Berlin), 777–778
Dance Theater Workshop, 647, 649, 651, 657, 663n6
Dance Theatre Journal, 100
dance training, 128–130, 138–140
“Dance USA” (WNET/New York), 191n30
DanceWorks, 96
dancing fits, 955
dancing plagues, 949–960, 962n42
Dancing the Hornpipe (Green), 38
Dancing with the Stars (DWTS), 182–188, 187f, 188f, 209n20
Dancygier, Barbara, 539n4
Dandelion Dancetheater, 516–519, 517f
danse noble, 72, 632
danses sur les cordes (tightrope dances), 72
Dante, Nicholas, 148
Dare for More campaign (Pepsi), 190n22
Darío, Rubén, 693, 700
“darkness dance” (Ankoku Butoh) (Hijikata), 551, 555
Darnton, Charles, 901–902
Davenant, William, 13, 625–626, 631, 635–636
David, Eisa, 616f
Davidson, Andrew, 951–952
Davis, Angela, 609
Davis, Eisa, 609, 609f
Davis, Natalie Zemon, 72
Davis, Tracy C., 7–8, 877
Davy, Kate, 841, 853, 862n31
Dawson, Anthony B., 354n7
Day, Bobby, 187f, 188f
Day, Dorothy, 868
A Day at the Races, 730, 740, 741f
Day Without Art, 933
Dazie, Mlle., 912n34
Deafman Glance (Wilson), 284
Deák, František, 772n41
Dean Martin Show, 192n39
de Beauvoir, Simone, 222
Debord, Guy, 673, 733, 735
de Certeau, Michel, 422, 508
deconstruction, 130
Decreation, 26–28
Decroux, Étienne, 254
defamiliarization, 142–143
Defense of Marriage Act (US), 501n46
degeneracy, 892–896
De Generatione animalium (Aristotle), 295
Deianeira, 293
Dekker, Thomas, 335–361
De la Démonomanie des sorciers (Bodin), 64
deLahunta, Scott, 100
Delamater, Jerome, 190n17
de Lancre, Pierre, 71–74, 83n115
Delaney, Adam, 437
de la Rocha, Juan Eligio, 692–693
(p. 980) Delaware North Companies, 477n25
Deleuzianguattarianism, 508
deliberately assumed behavior, 549
della Dora, Veronica, 476n7
Dell’Arte, 128
Delsarte, François, 897
Demea (Butler), 284
de Mille Project, 165n19
democracy, 133
Democracy in America (de Tocqueville), 389
Democratic Party, 858n5
demonstration, 592–593, 602n2
acting as, 255–256
dance protests, 594–595
Dempsey, Jerome, 376n10
Dempster, Elizabeth, 130
Denby, Edwin, 154
Denishawn, 280–281
Denmark House, 639n25
Deo, Ravindra, 312, 321
de Oliveira, Manuel Jorge, 831
deracialization, 373–374
Deren, Maya, 170
Derricks, Marguerite, 191n35
Derrida, Jacques, 117, 216
Descartes, René, 6, 215–216
DeScioli, Peter, 537
Deshotel, John, 847–848, 851–852
The Designs of Willa Kim (Owen), 363
desire, 231n14
desirous reading, 515–516
Desmond, Jane, 719–720
de Tocqueville, Alexis, 389
Deutsche, Rosalyn, 207n3
Deutsches Theater, 92
Le Devoir, 256
de Vuyst, Hildegard, 95, 105n27
Dew, Nicholas, 81n64
Dewey Theatre, 904
Dewhurst, Colleen, 925
dialectical theater, 93
Diamond, Elin, 713
Diamond, John, 38–39
diaspora, 684
diasporic literacy, 708–709
Dickens, Charles, 38
Dictionary of National Biography, 626
didactic plays, 879
Didascaliai (Aristotle), 99
“die-in” protests, 934
Dierkes-Thrun, Petra, 911n7
Dietrich Eckart Theater, 778, 782, 783f
DiGangi, Mario, 358n47
Dilley, Barbara, 134
Dils, Ann, 11
DiMaggio, Paul, 906
Dinerstein, Joel, 732, 745
Dionisiaques (Graham), 281
Dionisio, Gabriel “Kwikstep,” 610
Dionysiaca (Nonnos), 331
Dionysius in ’69, 93
Dionysus, 326–334, 784, 876
Directoire gown, 905
Diriamba, Nicaragua
Fiesta de San Sebastián, 693–694, 694f, 695f, 696f, 697f
El Güegüence, 693–694, 694f, 695f
Dirty Sexecology: 25 Ways to Make Love to the Earth (Sprinkle and Stephens), 482
disability, 519–521
discharge, 885
Disco, 614
The Discords of Christianity, 628, 640n36
Discours au vray, 69–73, 70f–71f
discovery space, 258
discursive practice, 500n18, 576–588
“Dixie,” 386
D’Lo, 306–307
“Do, Re Mi,” 208n9
Dobson, Jamyl, 391–393
Dobson, Roland, 842
documentary dance, 23
documentary theatre, 22–23
Dodds, Sherril, 190n17
dogs, 347–351
Dolan, Frances E., 354n7
Dolan, Jill, 192n37, 595–596
Dolly the sheep, 538
domestic violence, 316f, 317–318, 317f, 318–320, 319f
Dominican Republic, 725n6
Dominion Day festival, 439
(p. 981) Le Domino Rouge, 913n49
domino theory, 875
Dong, Arthur, 377n26
Don Giovanni (Mozart), 260
The Donkey Show (De La Guarda), 2
Donne, John, 81n56
“Don’t Give Up” (Broadway Bares III), 937
Doolittle, Lisa, 12
Dorcy, Jean, 254
“Do the Twist,” 200
double consciousness, 317
double effect, 537
doubt, 527–528
Douglas, Mary, 502n55
Douglass, Frederick, 387–389
Dowd, Michelle M., 354n7
Dow Louisiana Federal Credit Union, 859n8
Down syndrome, 515, 826–827
Doyle, Jack, 928
Doyle, Maxine, 1–2
Dr. Faustus Lights the Lights (Stein), 403, 411–413, 415
Dr. Pepper, 190n20
Dr. Who, 514
Dracula, 851
drag Carnival, 840–863
drama
contemporary African, 237
dance, 704
definition of, 238
embodiment of, 704
morality, 359n59
Western, 238
Drama Desk Award, 148
dramatic composition, 898
Dramatic Mirror, 903, 910
dramaturgy
dance, 90–108
production, 92
theater, 103n1
Drasner, David, 917n106
Draves, Kevin, 936
dressage (horse ballet or horse dancing), 814–816, 833, 837n27
Droeshout, John, 625, 635
drum improvisation, 717, 719–720, 727n44
drummer/dancer relationships, 715, 717–719, 727n46
Drunken Princess (Guifei zuijiu), 674
Du Bois, W. E. B., 317
Dubost, Jean-François, 84n122
Duchamp, Marcel, 138
Duck Dance, 442
Duerkenson, Todd, 648, 649f, 651–654, 652f, 657, 661f
Dufourcet, Bernadette, 78n3
Dullin, Charles, 255
Dunagan, Colleen, 10
Duncan, Isadora, 138, 281, 896
Dunn, Doug, 134
Dunn, Robert, 133–134, 137, 141
Durand, Estienne, 68, 73, 84n134
Durrant, Theodore, 897
DV8 Physical Theatre, 127
Dyer, Thomas G., 912n28
early modern alchemic theater, 8
early modern archives, 56–89
early modern England, 354n4
early modern erotic transformations, 335–361
East 15 Acting School, 128
The Easter Bonnet Competition, 923, 926, 928, 943n25
Eastern theater, 250n4
East West Players, 371, 687n49
École du Vieux-Colombier, 254, 259
École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq, 131, 135
École Nationale de Théâtre du Canada/National Theatre School of Canada, 257, 259–260
École Supérieure d’Art Dramatique, 259
ecological performativity, 468–474
EcoSex Symposium II, 499n6
Eco-Sexual Blue Wedding to the Sea (Love Art Laboratory), 482–498, 483f, 484f, 499n8, 500n17
ecosexual intervention, 482
ecosexuality, 481–482, 499n8
Ecosexual Walking Tours, 482
(p. 982) ecotouristic performance, 456–457, 474
Eddy, Martha, 112–113, 508
Edinborough, Arnold, 258, 275n72
Education of the Girlchild (Monk), 405
Edwards, Cathy, 663n7
Edward VII, 896
Een, Robert, 405
Eguchi Takaya, 548
Egypt, 237
Eisenstein, Sergei, 753, 770
Eki Dumah (Kay, Kay, Kay), 44
ekkyklêma, 291
El-Dabh, Halim, 283
Electra (Sophocles), 281, 289
Elevator Repair Service, 3
El Gran picaro, 691, 693–700
El Güegüence, 691–705, 695f
Eliot, T. S., 867
elitism, 290
Ellis, Havelock, 906
Ellis Island, 895
Ellis Island (Monk), 405
El Nuevo Diario, 699
El Viejo y La Vieja (the old man and the old woman), 697–698
Elvira, the Mistress of the Dark, 847–849, 851, 861n23
embodiment, 6–8, 109–110, 111f, 545–575, 605, 704. see also dancer’s body
in Asian American theater, 368–371
basic, 532–533
bodies as corporealities, 446n6
bodily exchange, 116
bodily political resistance, 934
bodily presence, 113, 217–221, 229–230
“body piles” (Living Theatre), 867–869, 869f, 870–871, 884
cinesthetic bodies, 385
of knowledge, 119
mere, 532–533
of performing body, 242–243
philosophy of, 136–138
profound, 532–533
revelation of, 214–217
of social identity, 190n18
of speaking body, 715–723
Talchum, 796
volunteer, 202–204
Eminem, 619, 648, 657
Emmanuelli, José E., 726n35
emmeleia, 280
emotions (rasas), 304, 307, 307f, 309–310
Endangered Species (Harris), 617
Endo Tadashi, 555
Energetic Theatre, 26, 28–29
Eng, David, 662
England, early modern, 354n4
English popular dance, 335
Enlightenment, 758–759
ensemble acting, 255–256
environmental dance, 548f, 549, 550f–551f
“Envy,” 283
epic theater, 93
epidemic choreomania, 948–964
epistemes, 74–75
epistemic action, 533
epistemology, 144
equestrian dancing, 829–836
Equity Fights AIDS, 925
Erlanger, Abraham, 898
eros, 286
eroticism, 335–361, 661
Errand into the Maze (Graham), 281, 284–285
essentialism, 144–145
Estrin, Marc, 886–887
Esu and the Vagabond Minstrels (Osofisan), 239
Ethiopia, 237
ethnic cleansing, 776–777
ethnicity, 679–680
ethological or natural horsemanship, 815, 817, 821–822
Eugenius, 327–328
Eumenides (Mnouchkine), 289–290, 293–294
eurhythmics, 254
Euripides
Andromache, 293
Bacchae, 280
Iphigeneia at Aulis, 26, 288–289, 293
Medea, 284, 286
European Dance Theater, 7
Evans, Evan, 942n2
Evans, Megan, 688n66
Evans, William, 629–630, 633, 635, 640n42
(p. 983) Evening Bulletin, 154
Evening World, 890
everyday movement, 138
“Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” (Sting), 184f
Evreinov, Nikolai, 753–754, 763, 768, 770
Ewe, 604
exhibition ballroom, 190n16
exhibitions, 449n34. see also specific exhibitions by name
Exmouth, 48, 48f
The Exorcist, 848, 851
exoticization, 377n26
expansionism, 429–451, 447n19
explicit body performance, 8
exploitation, 826–827
expression
of character, 157–158
freedom of, 592, 594, 598, 600
of identity, 178–182
introspection-expression, 165n15
self-expression, 178–188, 784
spontaneous, 472
expressionism, 8, 548, 569, 574
expressive subjectivity, 177–178, 191n27
Fabian, Johannes, 670, 685n7
façade, 545–549
Facebook, 206
face dance, 317–318
Facing Mekka (Harris), 617–619
facticity, 218–219
Fairbanks, Douglas, 686n31
Faist, Thomas, 684
fake architectural real estate theater, 198
Falco, Louis, 190n20
Falwell, Jerry, 934
Fame (film), 15
Fame (NBC), 180
Family Devotions (Hwang), 372
Fa Mu Lan, 678–679
fandangos, 39–40
“Fan Tan Fanny” (Flower Drum Song), 368–369
fantasy, 646–665
farce, 83n108
Farewell My Concubine, 687n37
“The Farmer and the Cowman” (Oklahoma!), 155
fashion, 905–906, 933
The Fat Boys, 614
Faust, Lotta, 902
fear, 307f, 308f
Fear Society Pavilion, 482
Federation Square (Melbourne, Australia), 513
Feldenkrais, Moshe, 112, 508
Feldenkrais technique, 130
Feldman, Marty, 416
Felix, Seymour, 151
Felton-Dansky, Miriam, 14–15
female sexuality, 646–665
Femina Potens Gallery, 481
femininity, 659–660
feminism, 101, 144–145, 281, 656
Fenton, James, 686n33
Fernández, María Teresa (Mariposa), 725n10
Ferrao, Jerry, 726n34
Ferry, Luc, 574n10
Festival International d’Art Dramatique, 257
“Fever” (Broadway Bares III), 936
Fiddler on the Roof, 159
Field, Les, 698
Field, Nathan, 625
Fields, Barbara, 383
Fields, Dorothy, 156
Fiesta de San Sebastián, 693–694, 694f, 695f, 696f, 697f
50 Cent, 606, 619
Figure de la salle” (Patin), 65, 66f
Filene, Benjamin, 385
filia, 552
Fillis, James, 831–833
film musicals, 178
“the final castration” (Stüttgen), 483
Finley, Karen, 649
Finney, R. Zachary, 476n7
Fires in the Mirror, 526–527, 530
The First Born (Powers), 675, 686n33
First Nation dancers, 442–443
First Nations, 443–445
Fischer-Lichte, Erika, 880
Fisher, Kathleen, 31
Fisher, Will, 357n35
(p. 984) Fisher-Lichte, Erika, 675
fish tail, 731
Fitzpatrick, Sheila, 762
Five Elements of Change (Tortuga Project), 608
“Flag of Columbia,” 386
flash mobs, 8, 196–210
flashouts, 885
flash webs, premediated, 197
Flaubert, Gustave, 893
Flavianus, 327–328
Fleishman, Mark, 239
fleshing out, 125–147
fleshlings, 904
Fliakos, Ari, 417
Flint, Earl, 700
floats, 860n18
floetry, 611
Floren, Myron, 171–172, 172f
Florimène, 634–635
Flow (Powers), 611
Flower Drum Song (Hwang), 370
Flower Drum Song (Rodgers and Hammerstein), 368–369
Floyd, Samuel A., 620n2
Flute of Pan (Graham), 281
Flynn, Anne, 12
FOB (Hwang), 678–679, 687n46
foc’sle songs, 44
Folies Bergère, 903
folk dance, 443, 692, 694, 697–699
folklore, 699
folk song traditions, 38
The Follies of 1907, 912n34
Fondly Do We Hope … Fervently Do We Pray (Jones), 380–381, 383–384, 390–395, 395n3
fontomfrom dance, 605
“Food Folk and Fun” (Seaman’s Church), 41
Foot, Philippa, 537
Foote, Shelby, 383
Footscray Senior Citizens Centre (Melbourne, Australia), 514
footwork (nrtta), 307–308
Forbidden City, USA, 377n26
Forbidden Colors (Hijikata), 546
The Forbidden Phoenix (Chan), 680–681, 683, 687n52
FORCES (Streb), 565–567
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf (Shange), 605, 620n3
Ford, John, 335–361
Ford Model A, 747n17
Foreign Affairs, 875
form, 140–143
Forrest, John, 335, 356n25
Forrest, Nathan Bedford, 389
Forsythe, William, 26–29, 95, 102–103
Fort Blossom Revisited, 29–30
Fort d’Aubervilliers, France, 818
Forti, Simone, 34n21
“Forty Minutes for Lunch” (One Touch of Venus), 153f
Fosse, Bob, 150, 156, 164, 166n45
Foster, Susan Leigh, 5, 10, 81n64, 190n19, 404–405, 437, 446n6, 448n23, 531, 596, 670, 898–899
Foucault, Michel, 80n36, 508, 554, 661, 663n5, 673
“Four Corners” (Monk), 407–408
Fournel, Victor, 79n3
14 Years of Living Art (Montana, Linda), 481
fourth wall, 171, 173–176, 174f–176f, 617
Fox Movietone News, 730
Fox Trappers Orchestra (CBS), 171
Fragonard, Jean-Honoré, 2
Fraleigh, Sondra Horton, 12, 112, 574n1
Francis, Daniel, 446n8
Franconi, Antonio, 818
Frankenstein (Living Theatre), 871, 882
Franko, Mark, 65, 67, 78n3, 81n55
free assembly, 202, 592
Free at Last: A Documentary History of Slavery, Freedom, and the Civil War (Fields), 383
freedom, 600
free expression, 592, 594, 598, 600
Freeman, Morgan, 382, 388
Freeman, Stan, 369
Freemasonry, 779
free solo, 477n39
freeze, 612
Freire, Paulo, 102, 701
Fremin, Larry, 842–843, 845, 847, 851, 854, 857, 858n4, 860n14, 860n17
Fremstad, Olive, 894
(p. 985) French Ministry of Culture, 815
French postmodernism, 476n11
Freud, Sigmund, 648–649, 654–658, 662
Friedrich, Erwin, 245
Friesen, Gerald, 448n19
Frigidus, 327–328
Fritz, Joss, 960
Froderman, Lauren, 186f
Froelich, Bianca, 894, 904
The Frogs (Aristophanes), 280
The Front Page (Hecht and MacArthur), 376n10
Frozen Grand Central (Improv Everywhere), 199, 201, 203
Fuchs, Elinor, 104n14, 404, 423n3
Fuerza Bruta (De La Guarda), 2
Fugard, Athol, 279
Full Circle Productions, 610
Fuller, Loie, 898
Fuller, Thomas, 626, 640n42
fundraising benefits, 923
funky butt, 731
furry fandom, 347
Fusco, Coco, 3
Fuss, Diana, 144–145
Future Shock (Toffler), 99
futurism, 8
Fyles, Franklyn, 915n78
Gaffney, Monique, 284
Gaghan, Jerry, 154
Gallagher, Helen, 155–156
Galloway, Pat, 263–267, 271, 275n87
galop arrière, 834
Galop Arrière (Bartabas), 822, 831
Gambia, 612
Gamboa, Flavio, 691, 698–699
Game, Ann, 832
Gammel, Robin, 266–267, 269
Gandhi, Mahatma, 553
Ganun, John, 928
Garcia, Ana “Rockafella,” 610
Garcia, Cindy, 726n36
Gardner, Kevin M., 542n50
Gargantua and Gargamella, 629–630, 633, 639n31, 640n36, 640n38
Gargantua and Pantagruel (Rabelais), 629
Garífuna dance, 49–50, 52n31
Garinagú culture, 49, 52n31
Garland, Judy, 850, 861n26
Garner, Stanton, 949
Garrison, William Lloyd, 389
Gascon, Jean, 252–278, 275n64
gate-keeping, 642n67
The Gathering (Powers), 611
Gaudet, Marcia, 860n19
Gaulier, Philippe, 126
Gauvreau, Claude, 255–256
GAWK (Rollercoaster Theatre), 510f–512f, 513–515
gay carnival, 840–863
Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), 927
Gaynor, Gloria, 28
gay parody, 851, 854, 861n25
gay pride parades, 8
Gaza, 331
Gazette de France, 65
Gebirge, 228
Gecau, Kimani, 247–248
Gelber, Jack, 867
gelding, 357n36
gender, 62, 72, 221–222, 721
gender crossing, 341
gender queer, 727n52
General Idea, 887
Genet, Jean, 555, 867
Gennaro, Liza, 10
Gennaro, Peter, 157–158, 165n12
George-Graves, Nadine, 3–5, 16n5, 730
Gere, David, 502n54, 934–935
Géricault, Theodore, 820
German dance, 777–778
German Dance Festival, 777–778
German Expressionism, 548, 569, 574
Germany, Nazi (Third Reich), 8, 282, 776–779, 781–782, 880
Berlin Summer Olympic Games (1936), 282, 784–788, 785f, 786f, 791–792
Ministry for Dance, 779
Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 779
Reich Chamber of Culture (RCoC), 775
Germany Awake!, 782
Gerry Lane Enterprises, 859n8
Gesamtkunstwerk, 63, 547
gest, 229–230
gestures, 896
abhinaya, 304, 307–310, 312–323
extreme, 960–961
“Heil Hitler” salute, 787
mudras, 280, 308–309, 313, 319
schemata, 280
“Get on the Good Foot” (Brown), 613
“Getting’ Hot” (Pajama Game), 158
Ghalam, Shahrokh Meshkin, 294
Ghana, 245, 604, 608
Ghéon, Henri, 255
Ghostbusters, 851
Giannachi, Gabriella, 502n63
Gibbon, Murray, 441–442
Gibbs, James M., 237
Gibson, Ella, 741f
Gibson, Richard, 641n63
Gignoux, Hubert, 256
Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize, 381
Gilman, Richard, 871, 884
Gilman, Sander, 927, 933–934
Gilodo, Karen, 681
Gilpin, Heidi, 95, 102–103
Gilvey, John Anthony, 159
“The Girl Who Falls Down” (Oklahoma!), 157
Given, William, 13–14
Give Up! Start Over! (In the darkest of times I look to Richard Nixon for hope) (The TEAM), 418
Glee (Fox), 180
Glenn, Susan, 900, 911n7, 913n47
Global Hip-Hop Nation (GHHN), 608
globalization, 614
Globe Theatre, 343, 345
Glover, George, 625, 635
Glover, Jason, 186f
Gluck-Sandor’s Dance Center, 155
Glunt, Erik, 926
Gmelch, Sharon B., 476n7
Goat Island, 3
Godreau, Isar P., 712–713
Goebbels, Joseph, 282, 776, 778–782, 785
Goffman, Erving, 951–952
Gokariksel, Banu, 476n7
Golden Age of musicals, 155, 165n6
Golden Child (Hwang), 370
Goldman, Danielle, 392
Goldman, Nina, 938
Goldstein, Joshua, 674
Golub, Spencer, 759
Gombrich, Ernst, 403
Gomez Peña, Guillermo, 3
gongs, 678–679
Gonzalez, Anita, 9
Gonzalez, Mercedes, 701, 703
Goodbye Gauley Mountain-An Ecosexual Love Story, 482
Goodcole, Henry, 355n16
“The Good Foot,” 613
Goodman, Paul, 868
The Good Soldier Schweik (Hašek), 92
Good Woman of Setzuan (Brecht), 369
Gordon, David, 134
Gordon, Sieur de, 81n60
Gottlieb, Saul, 870–871
Gottschild, Brenda Dixon, 141, 612, 722
Governor’s Awards for the Arts (York, Pennsylvania), 200
Graburn, Nelson, 454–455, 475n6, 476n7
grace, 556
Gracey, Michael, 201, 209n17
Gradual Civilization Act (Canada), 447n9
Graham, Martha, 11, 138, 165n15, 279–281, 288, 290, 295–296
Alcestis, 281
Andromache’s Lament, 281
Cave of the Heart, 281–282, 282f, 283
Chorus for Maenads, Chorus for Furies, 281
Circe, 281
Clytemnestra, 281, 286, 287f, 288f
Cortege of Eagles, 281
Dionisiaques, 281
Errand into the Maze, 281, 284–285
Flute of Pan, 281
Lamentation, 281
Night Journey, 281, 283, 285–286
Persephone, 281
Phaedra, 281, 286
Phaedra’s Dream, 281
Tragic Patterns: Chorus for Supplicants, 281
Graham Crackers, 281
(p. 987) “Grand Ballet of Lights” (House/Lights, The Wooster Group), 416
Grand Central Train Station (New York City), 561
Frozen Grand Central (Improv Everywhere), 199, 201
Grandmaster Caz, 611
Grand Opera House (Brooklyn), 908
The Grand Union, 128, 134, 141–143
El Gran picaro, 691, 693–700
Grant, U.S., 387, 389–390
Gray, Amber, 421f–422f
Graziano, Michael, 930
Great Shakes, 190n20
Great West Festival, 442
Great White Fleet, 49–50
Greek theater, ancient, 25, 279–299
Green, George, 38
Green, John, 625
Green, Nancy, 134
Greenaway, Peter, 409
Greene, Thomas, 625
Greenidge, George, 741f
Greenoaks Funeral Home, 859n8
Green Wedding Four (Love Art Laboratory), 481
Gregoire, Jerome, 629, 640n35
Gregory, 331
Grenier, Jean-Pierre, 256
Grimm, Henry, 675
Grimm, Jacob, 892–893
grind, 731
griot, 605, 612
Grit Media, 513
Grosz, Elizabeth, 67
Grotowski, Jerzy, 3, 126–127, 135
Group Theater, 154–155
Grover, Dale, 192n39
grunge, 551–552
Grupo Aguacero, 707f
Grupo Relajo, 692, 700–704
Guadaloupe, 725n6
Güegüence, 692–693
El Güegüence, 691–705, 694f, 695f
guerilla theater, 874, 883–885
Guerrero, Michael, 646–647
Guggenheim Museum, 405
Guglielmo, Steve, 541n48
Gungi Masakatsu, 548–549
“Gun Men” (The Civil War), 389–390
Günther, Dorothee, 777
Guthrie, Tyrone, 257–258
Gutkind, Eric, 868
The Guttenberg Galaxy (McLuhan), 579
Gwan Gung, 678
gwo-ka, 725n6
Gyan, Joe, Jr., 858n5
Gypsy, 159
Gypsy of the Year competition, 923, 943n25
hacking, urban, 198–199, 209n21
Hague, Sam, 47
Hahoe Mask Dance-Drama Preservation Society, 794
Hahoe Talchum, 794, 795f, 796–799, 801
Haidt, Jonathan, 537
hair
bearded women, 340, 355n19
beards, 357n35357n36
braids, 313–315, 314f, 367
Haiti, 725n6
Halberstam, Judith, 80n36, 862n31
Half Dome (Tis-se-yak), 457–458, 458f, 477n26, 477n30
Half Dome trail (Yosemite National Park), 457–474, 461f, 462f, 463f, 464f, 465f
Hall, Edith, 332n4
Halmi, 795f, 799–800
Halmi, 802
Halprin, Anna, 141, 508
Hamberlin, Larry, 911n7
Hamburg Dramaturgy (Lessing), 91
Hamburg National Theatre, 91, 102
Hamlet (Shakespeare), 524, 537–538
The Rest Is Silence, 534–536, 535f
Hamlisch, Marvin, 148
Hammer, Signe, 425n47
Hammerstein, Oscar, 150, 368–369
Hammerstein, Oscar I, 914n56
Hammerstein, Willie, 897–899, 913n48, 914n56
Hammerstein Ballroom, 944n33
hanamichi, 291
(p. 988) hand gestures
mudras, 280, 308–309, 313, 319
schemata, 280
Handkerchief dance, 442
Haney, Carol, 158
Hanna, Judith Lynne, 621n12
Hanna, Thomas, 112–113, 508
Hanson, N. R., 538
Les Haras Nationaux, 826–827, 833
Haraway, Donna, 496, 502n54
Hari, Mata, 896
Harms, Adam, 481
Harper’s Weekly, 47
Harris, Jed, 93
Harris, Lorenzo “Rennie,” 606, 608, 613–617, 615f, 619
Endangered Species, 617–618
Facing Mekka, 617–619
Rome and Jewels, 618
Harrison, Lanny, 405
Hart, Bret, 675
Hartman, Saidiya, 598
Harvard Law School, 23
Harvest Moon Ball, 735, 742, 747n11
Hašek, Jaroslav, 92
Hastert, Brian, 420f
hasya rasa, 313
Hauser, Angie, 31
Hausted, Peter, 355n14
Hawkins, Erick, 281–282, 282f
Hayakawa, Sessue, 368
Hazelton, George G., 368, 675–676, 679–680, 686n33
Hazzard-Donald, Katrina, 613
Hazzard-Gordon, Katrina, 731
Head, Frank Weasel, 438
“Healing Aloud” (TeAda Theater), 306–307
Heaney, Michael, 353n2
Heath, Stephen, 183, 192n42
Heavenly Maidens Scattering Flowers (Tiannü sanhua), 674
Heavy Metal (Streb), 564–565
Hebert, Neal, 14
Hecht, Ben, 376n10
Hecht, Jenny, 873
Hecker, J. F. C., 949
Hector, 293
Hecuba, 281
hegemonic intercultural theater, 675
Hegemon Kings Says Farewell to His Queen (Bawang bieji), 674
Heim, Wallace, 502n63
Heine, Heinrich, 892–893
Held, Anna, 914n49
Help! Help! The Globolinks (Menotti), 372–373
Henri III, 60, 79n15, 83n104
Henry, Martha, 259, 263, 265
Henry IV, 639n29
Henry V (Shakespeare), 257–258
Heracles, 293
Herbert, Bliss, 373
Herb Ross Dancers, 192n39
HERE, 610–611
Herek, Gregory, 926
Here Lies Love (De La Guarda), 2
Hermione, 293
He Takes Her by the Hand and Leads Her into the Castle, the Others Follow (Bausch), 223
Hewlett, James, 46
Heywood, Thomas, 626, 635
Hibbard, Caroline, 639n34
Hickey-Moody, Anna, 514–515
Hidden Arms technique, 572
High Button Shoes, 154–155
Hijikata Tatsumi, 546–549, 551, 572
Ankoku Butoh (“darkness dance”), 551, 555
Hidden Arms technique, 572
A History of Smallpox, 559f
Leprosy, 557–560
Rebellion of the Body, 557, 558f
Summer Storm, 557–560
hiking, 466–474
Hiking the Horizontal: Field Notes from a Choreographer (Lerman), 23
Hill, Thomas, 477n37
hip-hop, 8, 13, 604–623
HipHop DX, 613
The Hip-Hop Shakespeare Company, 606, 610
Hip-Hop Theater Festival (HHTF), 606–610
Hip Hop Theatre Initiative, 608
Hip-Hop Theatre Junction, 608
(p. 989) Hippisley-Coxe, Anthony, 835
Hippolytus, 286
Hirsch, Brett D., 355n19
Hirsch, John, 275n64
historical reenactments, 44, 773n74
history
American, 380–397
of Chinese opera aesthetics and Chinese classical dance, 671–672
of costume design, 366–368
of dance dramaturgy, 91–94
fragmenting, 310–312
outsider histories, 385
theatricality and, 394–395
of total theater, 243–247
A History of Asian American Theatre (Lee), 364
A History of Smallpox (Hijikata), 559f
History of Tom Thumb (Johnson), 629
Hitler, Adolf, 776–778, 789
Hitler’s Dancers (Karina), 780
Hitler Youth, 788
HIV/AIDS, 860n21, 922–947
Hobbes, Thomas, 63, 81n61
hobbyhorses, 336, 344–347
Hobsbawm, Eric, 755
Hoch, Danny, 606–610, 619
Hodge, Donald, 858n5
Hodgson, Francis Cotterell, 501n38
Hoffman, Gertrude, 892, 896, 909, 911, 911n3, 913n49
“The Borrowed Art of Gertrude Hoffman,” 898, 914n49
“A Vision of Salome,” 890, 897–902, 901f, 906, 914n56, 914n58, 915n65
Hoffman, Max, 898–900
Hoffmann, Guy, 257
Hogan, Patrick Colm, 540n4
Hoggett, Steven, 163–164, 166n69
Hoghe, Raimond, 91, 94–95, 102
Holden, Kip, 846, 859n9, 861n22
Holland, Norman, 536
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 381
Holocaust Memorial (Berlin, Germany), 519–521, 521f
Holzapfel, Amy Strahler, 11–12
Homan, Jennifer, 252
Homer, 64, 279
homophobia, 60
homosexuality, 934
in dance about AIDS, 934–935
gay carnival, 840–863
gay or queer parody, 851, 854, 861n25
gay pride parades, 8
Hong, Terry, 364
“Honorable Manhood” (The Civil War), 383
Honorius, 328
hornpipe, 38
horse ballet or horse dancing (dressage), 814–816, 833, 837n27
horses
ethological or natural horsemanship, 815, 817, 821–822
hobbyhorses, 336, 344–347
human-equine relationship, 813–839
ponyplay, 347
Horst, Louis, 283
The Hot Mikado, 730, 740–743, 748n38
Houdini, Harry, 568
“Hour Glass,” 189n12
“A House Divided” (The Civil War), 389
House/Lights (The Wooster Group), 403, 411–417, 412f, 414f, 416f
Howard, Henry, 873
How to Break (Jafferis), 610–611
How to Make Dances in an Epidemic (Gere), 934–935
Hsi-erh, 587
huaju (spoken drama), 674
Hua Mulan, 678–679
Hua Wenyi, 676–677
Huber, Alexander, 477n39
Hudson, Jeffrey (or Geoffrey), 13, 624–645, 639n23, 639n34, 640n42
Hudson, John, 627
Hudson, Rock, 926
Hughes, D. C., 907
Hughes, Langston, 739, 745
human-equine relationship, 813–839
Human Eye (Streb), 553f
Human Fountain (Streb), 560, 561–563
humanism, 7
Hungry Wolf, Beverly, 438, 441
Hunt, David, 333n11
“The Hunted and the Hated,” 599
(p. 990) Hunter, Alberta, 732
Hurston, Zora Neale, 605
Hussenot, Olivier, 256
Husserl, Edmund, 6, 221
Hutt, William, 262, 265, 271
Hutton, Ronald, 353n3
Huysman, J. K., 893
Hwang, David Henry, 364, 370, 372, 374, 677–678, 687n46
hyperbole, 656, 660
hyper-real aesthetics, 656, 660, 663n9
hypopituitarism, 639n23
“I am/I want” (A Chorus Line), 149
Ibrahim, Awad, 621n10
Ice Cube, 606
Ice-T, 606
I Ching, 888n36
iconography, 604
identity
self, 224–227
self-expression, 178–188, 784
self-orientalization, 677–681
self-representation, 681–684
self-testing rituals, 457
social, 190n18
Idle no More, 444
I Don’t Believe in Outer Space, 28–29
“I Don’t Know How to Love Him” (Broadway Bares), 938–939
“If It Kills Me” (The Casa Nova Sessions), 186f
“If You Want Me” (Once), 163–164
ignition theater training, 513–514
“I Gotta Feeling” (Black Eyed Peas), 201
The Iliad (Homer), 279
Illadelph Legends of Hip-Hop Festival, 613
illocutionary performative, 491
I Love Lucy (CBS), 181
Imae, 801
image-based literacy, 582
imagery
circle, 570–571
cultural, 548–549
discursive, 576–588
embodied, 545–575
natural, 548–549
imagination, 571–574
Imanenjana, 951, 955, 962n57
imitative arts, 79n11, 249n1
immediacy, 183
Impact Dance, 614
imperialism, 431–433, 711
Improv Everywhere, 197, 202, 206–207
Frozen Grand Central, 199, 203
No Pants Subway Ride, 205
Where’s Rob, 203–206
improvisation, 109–122, 120f, 136, 201–202, 717
in bomba, 720
contact, 30–31, 112, 117
corporeal, 141–142
in hip-hop, 616–617
Lecoq-based, 142
in physical theater, 141–143
in postmodern dance, 141–143
India, 608
India Currents, 308
Indian Act (Canada), 448n25
Indian dance and theater, 303–325, 438–439, 441–442, 669–670
Indian Days, 441
India Post, 305
indigenous culture, 274n58, 438
indigenous dance ceremony, 434
Inditas, 694, 697f
individualism, 616–617
In Favor of a World Commune, 761–762
infection
“the chord” exercise, 876
dancing plagues, 949–958, 960, 962n42
epidemic choreomania, 948–964
Living Theatre contagion, 867–868, 870–872, 876, 881
Salomania, 15, 890–892, 896, 902, 904–911
sound as infectious, 876
In Living Color, 192n39
Innis, Johnny, 741f
innovation, movement, 157–158
Institoris, 62, 74–75, 80n46
Institute of Puerto Rican Culture (ICP), 710–712
instruments, 350
Intangible Cultural Heritage, 795
(p. 991) Intangible Cultural Properties, 802
integrated dance, 157–158
inter(in)animation, 81n56
intercorporeal being, 109, 112, 117
intercorporeal encounter, 121
intercultural theater, 675–677, 686n32
international artists, 373–374
International Dance Competition, 777–778
Internationale, 759, 768–769
international stage, 373–374
Chinese dancing bodies on, 669–690
maritime performances, 35–55
interpellation, 596–597
interspecies performance pedagogy, 821–829
In the Jungle of Cities and Man Is Man (Brecht), 867
intimacy
corporeal, 829–836
split, 19–34
intra-activity, 484–486
introspection-expression, 165n15
invisible performances, 886–887
Invisible Theater, 204
Iole, 293
iPad, 85n151
Iphigenia (Mnouchkine), 289–291, 293
Iphigenia at Aulis (Euripides), 26, 288–289, 293
Iphigenie on Tauris (Bausch), 223
iPod, 198
Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW), 594
Irigaray, Luce, 659–660
Irons, Jeremy, 382, 389
Isadorables, 281
Isbell, Mary, 36
Isherwood, Christopher, 861n27
Ishioka, Eiko, 370
The Island (Fugard), 279
itch, 731
Ito, Michio, 373–374, 684n1
I Will Marry When I Want (Ngugi wa Mirii and Ngugi wa Thiong’o), 238–239, 241, 247
“I Will Survive” (Gaynor), 28
Jackson, Michael, 848, 851
Jackson, Shannon, 516
Jackson, Stonewall, 387
Jackson Smith, Caroline, 21–22
The Jacobean and Caroline Stage (Bentley), 625–626
Jacob of Sarugh, 331
Jafferis, Aaron, 610–611
Jahnn, Hans Henny, 284
La Jalousie du Barbouillé (The Jealousy of the Barbouillé) (Molière), 253, 257
James, Leon, 736–737, 739–740, 741f, 748n52
James, Sharon, 846
Jameson, Frederic, 310
Janis, Elsie, 913n49
Jankowiak, William, 857n1
Jannarone, Kimberly, 881
Japan, 373, 608, 686n30
Japanese theater, 369–370
japonaiserie, 367–368
Jaques-Dalcroze, Émile, 254
Jarocho, 39–40, 39f
Jasperse, John, 29
Jay, Martin, 673
Jeffereidos; or, the Captivitie of Jefferey (Davenant), 625, 631
Jefferson Memorial (Washington, DC), 591–592, 594, 596, 598
jeli or griot, 605
Jenkins, Ron, 687n54
Jenkins, Shayla-Vie, 383–384, 390–391
jerking, 613
Jerusalem Delivered (La Gerusalemme liberata) (Tasso), 69
Jesus Christ Superstar, 938
Jews, 777, 892–896
jig dancing, 38
Ji Junxiang, 686n33
Jim, Frisco, 43
jingju (Beijing opera), 672, 674, 676–677, 683
Jin Ok-sub, 811
jitterbug, 732
Jobs, Steve, 85n151
Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Wilson), 605, 620n2
Johnson, Mark, 527–528
Johnson, Odai, 11
Johnson, Richard, 629
Johnson, Troy, 928
(p. 992) Jones, Basil, 534, 631
Jones, Bill T., 163–164, 380–397, 395n1
Chapel/Chapter, 390–391
Fondly Do We Hope … Fervently Do We Pray, 380–381, 383–384, 390–395, 395n3
Jones, Darrell, 31
Jones, Davy, 40
Jones, Denis, 929–931, 937, 940
Jonson, Ben, 13, 624–625, 631, 634, 641n62
Jonzi D, 608
Jonzi D Projects, 614
jook joints, 731
Jooss, Kurt, 227, 777
Joseph, Marc Bamuthi, 611
Joseph, Miranda, 192n37
Joshua the Stylite, 331
Joual, 260
The Journal of Military History, 387
Journey to the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin (The Olimpias), 519–521, 521f
Jouvet, Louis, 253, 255
Joyce, James, 82n93
Joyce Theater, 561
Juba, Master (William Henry Lane), 38–39
Judith, Anodea, 499n3
Judson Dance Theater, 94, 128–129, 129f, 133–134, 136–137, 145, 583
Judson Dance Theater: Performative Traces (Burt), 146n7
Juice: A Theatre Cantata in 3 Installments (Monk), 405
Julian, 331
“Jump Jive and Wail” (Prima), 746
Jung, Carl, 554
justice, 319–320
(Cirque du Soleil), 143
Kabuki theater, 8, 291, 369–370, 555
modernized (Shinpa), 686n30
Káínaa (Blood Indians), 446n4
Kamiriithu Community Education and Cultural Centre, 240, 246
Kanai, 434
Kanin, Fay, 371
Kanin, Michael, 371
karaoke, 671
Karczag, Eva, 112
Karina, Lilian, 780
Karl, Rober, 253
kathak, 304
Kathakali tradition, 280, 289, 292, 292f
Katiyo, Wilson, 242
Katrak, Ketu H., 11
Kavka, Misha, 183
Kazan, Elia, 93
Keahey, John, 501n47
Keen, Suzanne, 541n28
Keersmaeker, Anne Teresa de, 95
Keith, B. F., 898, 913n48
Keith, William, 477n37
Keller, Kate Van Winkle, 161
Kemp, William (Will), 336, 337f, 625
Kenez, Peter, 759
Kennan, George F., 875
Kerensky, Aleksandr, 771n3, 772n66
Kerr, Walter, 258, 263
Kerzhentsev, Planton, 755–756
“Keystone Ballet” (High Button Shoes), 154–155
“Khaki Swing,” 748n53
Kidd, Michael, 159
Kiernander, Adrian, 289
Kikongo (Bantu), 706
Kikuchi, Susan, 377n32
Kikuchi, Yuriko, 282, 282f
Kim, Carole, 312
Kim, Nora Koh, 363
Kim, Randall Duk, 372
Kim, Soon-kwan, 363
Kim, Young-oak, 363
kinesthesia, 20, 448n23, 531
King, Libby, 420f
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 553
The King and I, 155, 368, 370
King Apollo I, 860n14
The Kingdom of Desire, 683, 688n61
King Lear (Shakespeare), 266
King Shotaway, 46, 49
Kingston, Maxine Hong, 678
Kirby, Alan, 103n1
(p. 993) Kirby, Michael, 68
Kirkwood, James, 148
Kirle, Bruce, 150
Kirrow, Gillian, 183
Kirsh, David, 533
Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara, 475n3
Kiss the Air (Streb), 560
The Kitchen, 649, 649f
Klaw, Marc, 898, 913n48
Kleban, Edward, 148
Klein, Kim, 923
Kleinhans, Chuck, 862n29
Klotz, Florence, 369–370
KMT (Nationalist Party), 685n14
Knievel, Evel, 568
Knowles, James, 638n14, 641n56, 641n60
Knowles, Ric, 3–4
Kodály, Zoltán, 281
Koff, Clea, 24
Kohler, Adrian, 534
Kokesh, Adam, 594–595
Kondo, Dorinne, 378n40
Kongi’s Harvest (Soyinka), 238
Kontakthof (Bausch), 217–222, 568
Korean Americans, 363–364
Korean money, 812n2
Koritz, Amy, 896, 911n7, 913n37
Koss, Juliet, 547
kotha, 321–322
Kovalev, Pasha, 186f
Kozel, Susan, 117–118
Krakowski, Jane, 929
Kraut, Anthea, 4, 732
Krewe of Apollo – Baton Rouge, 14, 840–844, 852–854, 857, 859n7, 860n14
Bal Masque budget, 842–843
Bal Masque XXIX, 840–841, 843–849, 851, 853–857
Bal Masque XXX, 847
Bal Masque XXXI, 847
Krier, Kathryn, 101
Kristeva, Julia, 27, 944n47
krumping, 8, 613
Kruschke, John K., 542n50
kuchipudi, 304
Kugel, Aleksandr, 753, 761
Kuguri, 797
Kuhn, Hans Peter, 415
Kumar, Ann, 954–955
Kun opera (kunqu), 676–677
Kupers, Eric, 516
Kuppers, Petra, 12, 519–520
kurogo, 294
Kurtis Blow, 614
Kurzban, Robert, 537
Kush, 237
Kuu (Ohno), 560
Laban, Rudolf von, 775–779, 776f, 780–782
Of the Warm Wind and the New Joy, 778, 781–784, 788–791
Laban, Rudolph, 103, 508
La Belle Zola, 904
Labourds, 72
La Cage aux Folles, 926
Lacan, Jacques, 231n14
LaChiusa, John, 284
Laclau, Ernesto, 304
Lacroix, Paul, 56–57, 61, 78n3, 79n4
Lady Gaga, 848
“Lady Liberty” (Fondly Do We Hope … Fervently Do We Pray), 393
Lafayette, Louisiana, 842, 859n12
Laius, 326
Lakoff, George, 6, 529–530, 540n13
Lam, Diane, 377n32
Lamb, Rick, 821–822
Lambelle, Edith (La Sylphe), 903–904, 903f, 908–909, 911
Lamentation (Graham), 281
La Mestizo Louisiana/Mexican Cuisine, 859n8
Landau, Tina, 105n23
Landing/Place, 30–31
“Landscape” (LeCompte), 412
landscape performance, 452–479
landscape period, 401–402
landscape play, 403, 407, 411–412
Lane, Nathan, 929
Lane, WIlliam Henry (Master Juba), 38–39
Langer, Suzanne, 231n8
Langham, Michael, 257–258, 260
Langling Ensemble (Lanling jufang), 672
(p. 994) Langridge, Philip, 296n16
language games, 119–120
Lanling, Lord, 624–645
Lanling dance, 672, 685n12
LaPatin, Melanie, 186f
La Petite Adelaide, 902, 911
La Prensa, 699
The Laramie Project, 19–23, 33
large-scale performance, 791
La Scala, 907
Lassiter, Ian, 420f
La Sylphe (Edith Lambelle), 903–904, 903f, 908–909, 911
The Late Lancashire Witches, 343, 345
Latin American Music Review, 691
Latour, Bruno, 500n19, 539
“L’Attache d’Ambassade,” 914n51
Lau, William, 680
laughter, 523, 525–530
Laurents, Arthur, 157–158
“Laurey Makes Up Her Mind” (Oklahoma!), 151, 153–154, 163
Laurin, Ginette, 583
law enforcement. see police
Lawler, Lillian B., 280
The Lawrence Welk Show, 171–173, 172f, 192n39
Laws (Plato), 280
Lay Me Down Easy, 523
learning plays, 879
Learn to Fly (De La Guarda), 2
Lears, T. J. Jackson, 912n28
LeBon, Gustave, 880–881
LeCompte, Elizabeth, 411–413, 415, 417
Lecoq, Jacques, 3, 126–127, 131, 134–135, 144
Lecoq-based improvisation, 142
Lecoq-based pedagogy, 131, 134, 136, 139–140, 144
Leder, Drew, 6, 16n8, 112–114
Le Domino Rouge, 913n49
Lee, Baayork, 155–156
Lee, Bruce, 679
Lee, Cynthia Ling, 304, 305f, 314f, 319, 321–323, 322f
Lee, Esther Kim, 11, 364
Lee, Josephine, 368, 372, 378n33, 378n40, 687n45, 740–743
Lee, Ming Cho, 363–364
Lee, Robert E., 387, 389
Lefebvre, Martin, 424n17
Legault, Émile, 255
legitimacy, 72
leg shows, 905
Lehmann, Hans-Thies, 21–22, 423n3, 424n5, 580
Lehmann, Walter, 693, 700
Lehrstücke (skit), 879
Lei, Daphne P., 13, 684n1, 685n16, 686n30, 688n59
Lemêtre, Jean-Jacques, 290
Lenin, Vladimir, 755–756, 771n25
Leningrad, Russia, 771n1
Leninism, 882
Lenin Memorial Celebration (Madison Square Garden), 773n74
Leon, Victor, 914n51
Leonard, LaMichael, 384, 391, 393
Lepage, Robert, 576–588, 588n4
The Blue Dragon, 578, 584–585, 586
The Blue Dragon (Lepage and Michaud), 585, 585
Lipsynch, 577–579
Wagner’s Ring Cycle, 578, 584
Lepecki, André, 95, 100, 392, 414–415
Leprosy (Hijikata), 557–560
Lerman, Liz, 23–24, 452
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, 91–92, 102
Leviathan (Hobbes), 63, 81n61
Levin, Marc, 609
Levine, Laura, 64
Libanius, 326–327, 330
Libertarians, 592
Libonati, Beatrice, 228–229
libretto, 156–157
“Lick It” (Broadway Bares), 939
Liddell, Torrin M., 542n50
Liebler, Naomi Conn, 358n41
Life magazine, 730, 736–737, 739–740, 743–745
A Life WIthout, 32–33
lighting, 768
Li Hongtu, 683
Liman, Doug, 748n53
“Limb’s Theorem” (Gilpin and Forsythe), 102–103
(p. 995) Lin, Erika T., 11
Lincoln, 384
Lincoln, Abraham, 381, 384, 387
“Address at Sanitary Fair,” 393
Second Inaugural Address, 391
Lincoln, Mary Todd, 384, 393
Lincoln Center Theater, 943n12
Lincoln Memorial, 592
Lindahl, Carl, 860n19
Lindbergh, Charles, 730
“the Lindy,” 730
Lindy Hop, 13–14, 729–749
“The Lindy Hop: A True National Folk Dance Has Been Born in U.S.A.” (Life magazine), 739
Linke, Susanne, 569
The Lion and the Jewel (Soyinka), 238–239
Lipsynch (Lepage), 577–579
Li Shaochun, 672
Li Shengsu, 683
literacy
diasporic, 708–709
image-based, 582
literary engagement, 135, 137–138
Litolphe, Henry, 769
Little Ease (Streb), 564
“Little Egypt” (Colombian Exhibition), 913n36
A Little Night Music, 945n60
Little Richard, 228
Little Shop of Horrors, 851
Little Yosemite Valley Campground, 462f
Liu, I-Ling, 384
live broadcasting, 182–183, 317, 318f
liveness, 170, 183
Liverpool, England, 43, 47, 205
Liverpool Packets, 43
Liverpool Train Station, 199–200
lividness, 114
Living Theatre, 135, 867–889, 888n22, 888n36
Antigone, 871, 874, 882
Frankenstein, 871, 882
Mysteries and Smaller Pieces, 867–869, 869f, 870–871, 882
Paradise, 868
Le Livre” (Patin), 75–77, 76f
“Lizard Ballet” (Mission Drift, The TEAM), 420
Lock, Édward, 583
logos, 612
lokadharmi (behavior in daily life), 669–670
Lomax, Alan, 670
London International Mime Festival, 143
London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA), 130
London Theatre Studio, 259
Lone, John, 678, 687n46
Longbottom, Robert, 370
A Long Day’s Journey into Night (O’Neill), 279, 365
Look Ma I’m Dancin’, 154
Lookup! (Streb), 561
López, Irene, 691, 699
El Gran picaro, 691, 693–700
Lopez, Priscilla, 148
Loraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, 687n54
Lord Chamberlain’s Men, 336
“Lord Lanling” (Langling wang) dance, 672
Los Angeles Times, 748n53
Los Ayeres de la Bomba, 726n34
Louisiana, 725n6, 858n3
Bal Masque XXIX, 840–841, 843–849, 851, 853–857
Bal Masque XXX, 847
Bal Masque XXXI, 847
Mardi Gras Bal Masques, 855, 860n15
Louisiana Carnival, 842, 844–845, 856–857, 859n8
Louisiana State University, 855
Louis XIV, 60, 582–583, 833
Loungta, 819
love
in ancient Greece, 286
in Bausch, 551–555
in butoh, 551–556
imagery of, 545–575
in Leprosy (Hijikata), 557–560
search for, 225
in Streb, 551–555
(p. 996) Love Art Laboratory, 480–482
Blue Weddings, 481
Eco-Sexual Blue Wedding to the Sea, 482–498, 483f, 484f, 499n8, 500n17
Green Wedding Four, 481
The Purple Wedding to the Appalachian Mountains, 499n6
“SEXECOLOGY: Making Love with the Earth, Sky + Sea,” 481
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