Jennifer Nugent, a renowned dancer, a consummate artist is currently dancing with the Bill T. Jones Arnie Zane dance company. Her movements are focused and precise, and at the same time convey a great sense of freedom and abandon. WNET’s NYC-ARTS program introduces us.

Executive Producer
David Horn

Editorial Director
Joan Hershey

Supervising Producer
Mitch Owgang

Senior Producer
Bob Morris

Producer
Joan Hershey

Series Associate Producer
Kevin Alexander

Editor
Mary Ann Toman

Camera
Jeff Hodges

Audio
Chris Callus

Production Assistants
Mila Matveeva
Eliza McLaughlin

Intern
Mallory Gadye

SPECIAL THANKS

New York Live Arts/Bill T. Jones Arnie Zane Company
Janet Wong
Bob Bursey
Kyle Maude

Rehearsal Footage:

Story/Time (2012)
Choreography by Bill T. Jones with Janet Wong
and members of the Company
Music by Ted Coffey
Courtesy of New York Live Arts, Inc.

Archival Footage:

“See Level (2003)”
Choreography by David Dorfman

“Fare Well (2006)”
Choreographed and performed by
Jennifer Nugent and Paul Matteson
Set Design by Sue Reese
Music by Edmond Mooney
Costumes by Naoko Nagata
Courtesy of Jennifer Nugent and Paul Matteson

“Fare Well” was made possible, in part, with funds from the
Danspace Project 2005-2006 Commissioning Initiative with
support from the Jerome Foundation.

“Blauvelt Mountain (A Fiction)”
(1980, Revised by Bill T. Jones, 2002)
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company
Choreography by Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane
Music composed by Helen Thorington
Costumes by Liz Prince
Lighting by Robert Wierzel
Filmed by Nel Shelby Productions
Courtesy of New York Live Arts, Inc.

“Story/Time (2012)”
Bill T. Jones /Arnie Zane Dance Company
Choreography by Bill T. Jones with Janet Wong and members of the Company
Music by Ted Coffey
Décor by Bjorn Amelan
Lighting by Robert Wierzel
Costumes by Liz Prince
Filmed by Nel Shelby Productions
Courtesy of New York Live Arts, Inc.

Still Photography:

Fabrizio Constantini
Lois Greenfield
Jennifer Nugent

Executive In Charge Of Production
Neal Shapiro

A production of NYC-ARTS/WNET