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Choreographed by Pilobolus dance company and narrated by economic historian John Steele Gordon, Lee Hirsch’s “Recession” mounts an entertaining and educational look at what causes an economic recession and how recovery is stimulated.


Directed by Lee Hirsch; Written by Danny Levinson, Lee Hirsch, Pilobolus; Movement by Pilobolus; Economist: John Steele Gordon; Executive Producers Danny Levinson, Robert Fernandez; Producer: Gary Giudice; Director of Photography: Ed Stephenson; B Camera Operators: Jim Gucciardo; Additional Photography: Danny Levinson; 1st Assistant Camera: Hiro Wakiya; 2nd AC / Data Manager: Tim Trotman; Location Sound; Mixer: Stuart Deutsch; Grip & Lighting: Luke Deikis; Production Assistants: Nick Stergiou, Chris Hall, Ben Schaeffer, Rafiya Mason, Alex Libby; Post Production by Spot Welders; Executive Producer: Joanna Ferraro; Editor: Marlo Nespeca; Producer: Jill Ferraro; Assistant Editor: Juliet Warren; SoundDesign & Mix by: Gigantic Studios; Re-Recording Mixer: Tom Paul; Executive Producer: Steven Tollen; Color Services by: Color Collective; Color Producer: Claudia Guevara; Colorist: Alex Bickel; Color Assist: Jeff Altman; Visual Effects by: TCHYA; Visual Effects Artists: Peter Amante, Matt Stroub; Visual Effects Producer: Jen Sienkwicz; Composer: Brendon Randall-Myers; Additional Music by: DJ Spooky; Music Supervisor: Winslow Bright; Music Supervision by: Search Party Music; ""Gumboots"" from the motion picture entitled ""Cry Freedom"" as recorded/performed by George Fenton and Jonas Gwangwa, Universal Pictures, A Division of Universal City Studios, Courtesy of Universal Music Publishing Group; Special Thanks: Anthony ""Rocky"" Gallo, Virtue Vice Studios, Itamar Kubovy, Hannah Cohen, Matt Kent, Renee Jaworski, Susan Manikas, Shane Mongar, Karen Feys, Rika Iino, Katie Connell, Caitlin Moyles

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