Being A Tree

The Story of Margaret Morris

Mary Brennan (dance critic for the Glasgow Herald) tells the extraordinary story of Margaret Morris (1891-1980), founder of the Margaret Morris Movement of physical training through dance, which is approaching its centenary.

With the help of archive recordings and interviews with some of those who knew Margaret, Mary traces a career that began with recitations in French at the age of four and ended with arabesques in the moonlight on the lawn outside Margaret's retirement home in Bognor Regis.

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The Story of Margaret Morris

Mary Brennan (dance critic for the Glasgow Herald) tells the extraordinary story of Margaret Morris (1891-1980), founder of the Margaret Morris Movement of physical training through dance, which is approaching its centenary.

With the help of archive recordings and interviews with some of those who knew Margaret, Mary traces a career that began with recitations in French at the age of four and ended with arabesques in the moonlight on the lawn outside Margaret's retirement home in Bognor Regis.

2007022220070226

The Story of Margaret Morris

Mary Brennan (dance critic for the Glasgow Herald) tells the extraordinary story of Margaret Morris (1891-1980), founder of the Margaret Morris Movement of physical training through dance, which is approaching its centenary.

With the help of archive recordings and interviews with some of those who knew Margaret, Mary traces a career that began with recitations in French at the age of four and ended with arabesques in the moonlight on the lawn outside Margaret's retirement home in Bognor Regis.