Posts Tagged ‘Lindy Hop’

In Harlem, They’re Still Dancing the Original Swing | Village Voice

In Harlem, They’re Still Dancing the Original Swing | Village Voice

by Rennie McDougall Limbs flail as if about to fly off; feet barely touch the floor; spines bend and twist like rubber. You might not think of the Lindy hop as a frenzied dance — the original abandon would get polished away over time. Watching it today, especially in old clips like Frankie Manning’s swing […]


Time Travel Tuesdays: Mura Dehn, Dancer, As Subject and Chronicler | NY Times

Time Travel Tuesdays: Mura Dehn, Dancer, As Subject and Chronicler | NY Times

By JENNIFER DUNNING Published: December 16, 1987 FOR many dancegoers, Mura Dehn is known, a little vaguely, as a woman who had something to do with film and black dancers. But the Film Forum is doing something about that, with a double feature consisting of ”In a Jazz Way,” a short film on Miss Dehn […]

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