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Howard Dando has been involved in dance and theatre productions since the late 1960s. He produced a ballet-version of the Who's Tommy, as well as organized the Stars of American Ballet, an all star troupe of dancers in the United States. In this interview, he discusses what life was like on the road, the intrigues of the ballet world, and what makes for a good theatrical production. He also describes his time as drama direction at Southgate High School and his forays into new media production.
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(Music Courtesy of the Music Alley from Mevio)
- 0:02 Introduction
Chris Kretz - Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian
- 1:30 Interview
Howard Dando, adjunct lecturer of Drama and Dance
Song: "Salsa di Soy" by Boom Boom Beckett