Armour, Toby (1936–)

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Armour, Toby (1936–)

American postmodern dancer and choreographer. Born Sept 27, 1936, in New York, NY.

Began choreographing for Judson Dance Theater in New York City and solo concerts (early 1960s); created works for Dancing Ladies concert (1972) and The New England Dinosaur, her own Boston company; danced in Living Theater workshops in NY with James Waring; performed solo recitals of Waring's works in Paris, including Moonlight Sonata (1974), Intrada and Phrases; continued in solo concerts, dancing in Aileen Passloff's Variations on an Original Theme and in her own works, Bagatelle and Epilogue for an Endless Dance (1979); also choreographed Godmother (1962), Fragments of a Minor Murder (1966), Reveries of a Solitary Walker (1967), Ruby Turnpike (1971), Walrus and Carpenter (1975), Window Nocturne (1976) and Oompah (1980).

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