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An Evening with Kathryn Morgan

The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

"Donald Garverick, who choreographed, is a genius." - Kathryn Morgan

Production Credits

A peasant girl is adopted by a wealthy elderly woman after her mother’s death. She grows up vain. She tricks her adoptive mother into buying a pair of red shoes and repeatedly wears them to church, without paying attention to the service. Her adoptive mother becomes ill, but the peasant girl deserts her, preferring to attend a party in her red shoes, where she celebrates by showing them off…. But the shoes had a different idea….

Choreographed by Donald Garverick


Kathryn Morgan

Filmed & Edited by Lyndell Higgins Website:

Lighting Concept by Christina Watanabe Website:

Lighting Supervisor: Anshuman Bhatia

Production Assistant: Jesse T Lessner

Music: Excerpts from "Dante Symphony" by Franz Liszt

Filmed at Mark Morris Dance Center


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