YOUTH OF THE NATION - STACIE WEBSTER April 5, 2011 | sw234 | More on General
The opening of the piece speaks to the everyday differences of youth, as they identify…their surroundings, and find their place in the world. When all of the constructs are taken away through disasters in society (natural or political) they become one in their fight for their future, their life, and their freedom.Read More
Save a Life April 1, 2011 | jchapuis | More on General
A rhythmic collision of tap and contemporary dance performed by co-choreographers Zada Cheeks and Jessica…Save a Life presents a couple’s struggle to save their failing relationship. Both dancers reminisce about positive aspects of their mutual past and express a desire to, above all, save each other and find happiness together, only to realize over and over again the impossibility of reconciliation. This painfully recurring emotional cycle gradually allows both dancers to start to accept that, in order to save themselves, they must give up on saving each other.Read More
Tools for Improvisation: Time Steps March 31, 2011 | tapman16 | More on Tap
Time steps are a great introduction to improvisation. This is a short video explaining what…time step is and how to create them on your own. Through straightforward explanations and numerous examples, this video will have you creating your own time steps in no time. Originally posted on DanceAdvantage.netRead More
The One March 30, 2011 | nmloud | More on General
"The One"-Choreographed by Nicki Loud-Performed by Center Stage Dance-Orem, UT
Against All Odds March 30, 2011 | Jennybuck56 | More on Performance
Choreographed by Jenny Buck, this piece is an over-dramatic display of a broken heart and…transformation to becoming a stronger individual. In the end, they wash their hands of it. I would like to thank In Motion Studio of Dance and its director, Jennifer August, and the dancers who helped me bring my vision to life: Marla Richardson, Erin Borud, Julie Angelo, Kristen Demko, Lainee Potter, Blanca Fascio, Erika Macaluso, Natasha Wesely and Jordan Cramer.Read More
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