Push Comes to Shove
Tharp writes about her regimented childhood under the tutelage of an ambitious mother, development as a dancer and choreographer, love affairs and marriages, introduction to Hollywood, and ongoing struggle to win respect as a woman with her own company in the male-dominated dance world. Photos.
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Real life - Real hard
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[These notes were made in 1993:]. I read this very recently published autobiography on the weekend before going to see Tharp and Baryshnikov perform in their touring show Cutting Up. I was glad I did ... Read full review