Ophelia's Descent- S.T.R. Dance® May 31, 2010 | STRDance | More on Performance
This contemporary piece is an exploration of the psyche of the character Ophelia from Shakespeare's…leading up to her death in the garden after Hamlet tells her he no longer loves her. The central dancer portrays Ophelia while the surrounding dancers represent her inner demons.Read More
Birdz Du Freak May 31, 2010 | kbarker | More on General
This piece was inspired by birdz. i imagined a flock of birdz taking flight, "finding…way" and being freaks together! Choreographed by Kim BarkerRead More
The "U" May 29, 2010 | kbarker | More on General
The choreography was inspired by a roulette wheel. Love is a gamble and you are…putting your life and trust on the line when you give your whole heart to someone. No matter how many times you get hurt, his magnetic force keeps on pulling you back into his gambling world. Now it's time to take control of the wheel, love yourself and take away the "U". Choreographed by Kim BarkerRead More
Antoine Hunter Working with Deaf children May 28, 2010 | greatdacner | More on Instructional
Antoine Hunter is in Bay Area, Ca teach dance to deaf and hearing children. May…video teach or give some idea all people how to teach deaf children dance. Count is alway important and allowing children to make mistake and express themselve in dance. I am firm believer that everyone can dance no matter what shape you are, no matter what. If you are disable or not you can alway be able to danceRead More
Asylum 2010 (Robert Mason,II) May 27, 2010 | Robert77 | More on Performance
A woman loses a child through a miscarriage and falls so deep into depression that…is impossible for her to return to reality. Her condition puts a strain so tight on her family that it causes her husband to put her in an institute that could possibly bring her back.Read More
Flying Away-Ashley Menestrina May 27, 2010 | kjcyouknow | More on Performance
This is my self-choreographed solo to 18th Floor Balcony. My inspiration behind this routine is…represent the 18 stages (years) of my life and how it is now time to fly away and pursue my dream of becoming a professional dancer.Read More
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