Still Standing May 18, 2011 | lashanna | More on General
This choreographic work is a 6 minute excerpt of a 9 minute piece. It represents…strength of men and women. It represents people of power and authority. People who are experiencing trails of life which have been left abstract to allow the audience self reflection. It represents unity in numbers as well as the importance of being able to stand alone. There is an unveiling, a fight and a victory. No matter what happens during the course of our journey; all of us are left Still Standing.Read More
Christina Bluth "In the Shadow" May 18, 2011 | christinab | More on General
Choreography by Christina Bluth. This is my entry for the ACE Award Competition. Thank you…my beautiful dancers and everyone who helped this come together! This piece is about the concept of the Shadow - our complexes, angers, weaknesses, or confessions that can only remain suppressed for so long before they must be acknowledged. But…the viewer is the true artist!Read More
4 and a Callback, MOM (Excerpt May 18, 2011 | rvail91 | More on Modern
Choreography: Robert Vail Music: Cabaret 1972 Film Soundtrack, Wax Taylor Costume: Matthew Flatley and Robert…Cast: Margozata Budzynska, Matthew Flatley, Nicole Kroese, Mariel Lugosch-Ecker, Rebecca Margolick, Julia Radick, Austin TysonRead More
Birdz Du Canada May 18, 2011 | kbarker | More on Performance
This piece was performed by 7 Elite Company dancers that represented Team Canada at the…Showdance World Championships in Germany. Choreographed by Kim BarkerRead More
Tryst by Natalie Metzger May 17, 2011 | metzart | More on Performance
Tryst is a work for six dancers examining the impermanence of touch. It is choreographed…Natalie Metzger. It was initially inspired by a poem written by Lan Pham. The music is a string quartet called "And The Night Illuminated The Night" and is composed by Robert Allaire and performed by the Formalist Quartet. The dance is performed by Marcus Braggs, Carina Couture, Jay Jackson, Princess Romero, Kerrie Schroeder, and Princess Grace recipient Andrew Wojtal. The lighting is by Grant Gorrell, and the costumes are by Katie DeHombre. Past venues include RedCat and the Sharon Disney Lund Dance Theater.Read More
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