Christopher, Patricia (c. 1934–)

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Christopher, Patricia (c. 1934–)

American modern dancer. Born c. 1934, in San Francisco, California; attended Mills College.

Taught modern dance at Juilliard School in New York City (starting 1964); performed with numerous companies and in a range of concert recitals representing modern dance techniques from Humphrey to Limón to Graham; appeared in Ruth Currier's Quartet, The Antagonists and Dangerous World, Pearl Lang's Night Flight, Shirah (1960) and Appassionata (1962), Lucas Hoving's Strange, Wall of Silence and Suite for a Summer Day (1962), Yuriko's Tragic Memory (1966), Five Characters (1967) and Automaton (1968).

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