Housewife - Juliette Irons April 18, 2011 | jirons | More on Performance
Choreography by Juliette Irons A piece based on monotone expectations of the lives of 50s…Dancers: Kaitlyn Conley Leo Morimune Chelsea Thedinga Morgan Burke Jon Burdine Juliette Irons Christian Beasley Nicole Mcmaster Ali Nance Caleb Eklofe Lauren Garett Dre YoungRead More
Housewife April 16, 2011 | jirons | More on Performance
A piece based on the monotone expectations of housewives in the 50s, and their secret…to rebel against society. Juliette Irons Carnival Piece October 2010 Dancers: Kaitlyn Conley Leo Morimune Chelsea Thedinga Morgan Burke Christian Beasley Nicole Mcmaster Ali Nance Jon Burdine Caleb Eklofe Juliette Irons Lauren Garett Dre YoungRead More
1864 April 12, 2011 | gotta_dance | More on General
"1864" Choreographed by Dana Chapman - Carroll, Performed by Jo Anne Chapman School of Dance
heart.on.floor... April 10, 2011 | elissaedw | More on General
Choreographed by: Elissa Edwards Heart pounding through the floor....melting to the floor...crumbling and falling to…floor...we then pick it up and drop it again.Read More
When Push Comes to Shove April 10, 2011 | tapdude24 | More on Tap
This original piece fuses tap with one of Ryan's own poems, which describes the fascinatingly…manner in which Manhattan thrives and makes sense of its own pandemonium. In order to be a part of the city, therefore, one must succumb to the disarray and acknowledge that, although isolating and intimidating, it is the very essence of an urban lifestyle, and because everybody else lives the same way, one is never truly alone. By fusing tap dancing with the performance of his poem, Ryan creates music through two ostensibly dissonant musical ideas. The sounds of the taps and the words of the poem reflect the city’s polyrhythmic nature and attempt to capture its pulse and vibe.Read More
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