Soll, Beth Books

About the author: Beth Soll is a choreographer, dancer, and teacher currently working in New York City. With her company, which was formed in 1977, she has performed in the United States, Europe and Asia. She has taught at many universities, including MIT, the Harvard Summer Dance Center, and UC-Santa Barbara. She has a PhD from Boston University.

Will Modern Dance Survive? Lessons to Be Learned From the Pioneers and Unsung Visionaries of Modern Dance
2002 0-7734-7115-4
This book examines the origins and growth of modern dance, demonstrating why it is a unique art form. The author includes citations from many critics, dancers, choreographers, and historians, and writers to contextualize her own views, as an academic, dancer, and choreographer.