Episode 178. The Ballet Book
Kay Tichenor (Austin’s mom!) talks about her 1976 book Ballet (Troubador Press/Price Stern Sloan) and how a casual family interest became an activity and reference book that’s still in print after thirty-five years. Featuring a reduced history of this ‘history of the dance’, advice for aspiring writers, the power of movement, and a special appearance by a man of a certain age. (UPDATE: Kay passed away on May 29, 2010, less than a month after this was recorded. She is and will be missed.) (MP3. Length 20:47)
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austin · January 26, 2014 at 3:45 pm
Thanks, Elizabeth! What a lovely thing to say – “a great team”. I love that.
Elizabeth Anderson · January 20, 2014 at 6:55 pm
Hi Austin – I just happened across this interview with your Mom – she was a hoot! Loved the interview – you two were a great team. Great Ballet book too! All the best, Elizabeth