A Wonderful Caricature May 12, 2010 | acarter | More on General
This is a contemporary jazz piece that loosely tells the story of a troubled couple,…what happens when they both have the same bad dream that comes to life around them.Read More
"Awkward Silence" May 12, 2010 | InnerSoul12 | More on General
"Awkward Silence" is a contemporary dance piece that depicts the relationship of a man and…woman and their inability to communicate and connect with each other on a daily basis;therefore, creating an "awkward silence." The setting is at a kitchen table, where many couples meet over dinner and discuss their day. The women in this dynamic piece of choreography each represent a different aspect in a person's relationship. The repetitive hand gestures are symbolic of the "daily" routine and frustrations a couple may feel inside when individual conflicts arise within the relationship and cannot be resolved.Read More
Never Think May 12, 2010 | kalensakima | More on Performance
This is a story about love and the different paths it can take us through.…happy-nervous stage, falling deep in love, and the nasty break up. This story follows 1 couple and their path with a twist at the end. I hope you enjoy it! Performance for the Anaheim Performing Arts Conservatory Gala in January 2010. Dancers: Megan Arnott, Meki Blackwell, Jason DeRoest, Oscar Gonzalez, Alyssa Kennedy-Jones, and Kalen Sakima Choreographer: Kalen Sakima (www.KalenSakima.com)Read More
In Flanders Fields May 11, 2010 | kwidzinski | More on Modern
A modern dance interpretation of John McCrae's immortal war memorial poem "In Flanders Fields" created…the musical video by Anthony Hutchcroft. The song and music video were created to commemorate the 90th anniversary of end of WWI and the 90th anniversary of the death of John McCrae. Choreography by Lee Kwidzinski. Video directed by Lee Kwidzinski. Music written and performed by Anthony Hutchcroft.Read More
The dinner game May 11, 2010 | ALICEDANCE | More on General
Choreo:sara silkin n our rigid society, courtship is a highly structured activity, with very specific…rules. "The Dinner Game" explores the mechanical, yet playful nature of a first date. In this game, the absurdities of the courting process are revealed.Read More
Pressed to Fit May 11, 2010 | ALICEDANCE | More on Modern
Choreography; sara silki 'The root of the word "oppression" is the element "press." Something pressed…something caught between or among forces and barriers, which are so related to each other that jointly they restrain, restrict or prevent the thing's motion or mobility. Mold.Immobilize.' Marilyn Frye. I have been exploring the many oppressive systems, that lead to social conformity and cultural homogeneity. Category:Read More
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