Glimpses of Graeme: Reflections on the work of Graeme Murphy by Michelle Potter | PB
"With a prodigious body of work to his credit, and with a public profile that extends beyond the boundaries of a narrow dance community, Graeme Murphy is arguably Australia's best-known choreographer." (Excerpt from A Passion for Dance, Michelle Potter, 1997)
Michelle Potter's articles about Murphy's career as a dancer, choreographer and director, have previously been published in newspapers, theatre programs, popular magazines, journals and books. The reviews and stories are assembled here according to themes that can be seen in Murphy's work across several decades, giving readers glimpses into an extraordinary dance career.
Michelle Potter is a writer, curator and historian who has written extensively about dance. Her previous publications include Kristian Fredrikson. Designer (2020), Dame Maggie Scott: A Life in Dance (2014), Meryl Tankard: An Original Voice (2012), A Collector's Book of Australian Dance (2002), and A Passion for Dance (1997).
We Also Recommend