Writings about Hardenbergh’s Choreography
Fernandes, Ciane. The Moving Researcher: Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis in Performing Arts Education and Creative Arts Therapies. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2014. (p. 45-46)
LeFevre, Camille. The Dance Bible: The Complete Resource for Aspiring Dancers. Barron’s, 2012.
Kloetzel, Melanie, and Carolyn Pavlik, eds. “One River Mississippi by Marylee Hardenbergh.” Site Dance: Choreographers and the Lure of Alternative Spaces. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2009.
LeFevre, Camille. “One River Mississippi.” Dance Magazine. June 2006: 24. Print.
LeFevre, Camille. “Riverfront Awakening.” Architecture Minnesota. July-August 2005: 44-48. Print.
LeFevre, Camille. “Site-Specific Dance: Dance as Big as All Outdoors.” Dance Magazine. April 1996: 66-71. Print.
Ansley, Wendy. “Plant Dance: A Tribute to Clean Water.” performance twincities. Winter 1996: 6-7. Print.
White Ash, “Hardenbergh Choreographs, Dances for Environment.” The EDGE. March 1993: 9. Print.
Parker, Sara, “Artist Profile-Marylee Hardenbergh“, Vinyl Arts Magazine. Print.
Barnes, Poppy, “Dancing and Site: sense of place, sensory awareness and the site-specific choreographer.” Dissertation, 2019
Writings by Hardenbergh about Choreography
“Dance the Sacredness of Water Worldwide.” Sacred Dance Guild Journal: Special Edition. Summer 2017: 8-11.
Bradley, Karen, et al. “Global Water Dances: A Model for Global Justice and Community Agency.” Creative Arts in Education and Therapy. 2021. 7(1): 92-104.