Conde, Felisa (c. 1920–)

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Conde, Felisa (c. 1920–)

American modern dancer. Born c. 1920.

Began performing with the Humphrey-Weidman Group (1946), dancing in numerous works by Charles Weidman, including A House Divided (1946), Fables for Our Time (1947), and Lynchtown (1947); partnered with Peter Hamilton in cabaret performances and on tv (c. 1949); joined John Butler Dance Theater (early 1950s) and appeared in such works by Butler as Ahmal and the Night Visitors (1953), The Brass World (1954) and The Parliament of Heaven (1958).

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