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Dance for Camera; Pale Cool, Pale Warm

Part of New Television Workshop.


Original MAPC # A2-06220

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Dance for Camera
Pale Cool, Pale Warm
Series Description

"Dance for Camera" was the earliest series created by the Dance Workshop, which was coordinated at the time by Nancy Mason. The series was broadcast in 1976. Carmen De Lavallade, a former dancer with Lester Horton, John Butler and others, recorded introductions for the shows. Some of the works were rebroadcast as part of the "Frames of Reference" series. Series release date: 1974

Program Description

A series of still images of dancers performing a solo, duet, trio, and quartet are edited together to create the suggestion of movement. John Budde provided the concept and the photography and Elizabeth Keene provided the choreography. An ambient score by composer Julie Weber accompanies the piece. This work was broadcast as an episode of ""Dance for Camera" with "District 1."

Asset Type

Broadcast program

Media Type


Modern dance
Performance in a Studio
Performing Arts
Keen, Elizabeth ()
Eddinger, Reuben James ()
Weber, Julie ()
Lizenberry, Gregg ()
Bruce, Michael ()
Budde, John ()
Emory, Susan ()
Asnes, Ann ()
Chicago: “Dance for Camera; Pale Cool, Pale Warm,” 12/14/1975, GBH Archives, accessed April 20, 2024,
MLA: “Dance for Camera; Pale Cool, Pale Warm.” 12/14/1975. GBH Archives. Web. April 20, 2024. <>.
APA: Dance for Camera; Pale Cool, Pale Warm. Boston, MA: GBH Archives. Retrieved from
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