Planetary Dance

Notes

A ritual dance created by American choreographer Anna Halprin in 1981. Misha trained at Tamalpa Institute California to lead new incarnations of this ritual dance, which has a 35 year-old legacy with hundreds of happenings worldwide.

12 minutes

Artist / Author Misha Horecek
Reference D2242
Date 2016
Type DVD

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