# (Hashtag) May 23, 2016 | KevinLGreen | More on General
This piece will examine the growing epidemic, that plagues the land of the free, contributing…the decline of what the nation has for been trying to fix for years. It seems that the wrongful deaths of unarmed African-American men and women caused by the police is at an all-time high. What people haven't considered is that these tragic, and unnecessary events are a prime example of the hackneyed expression: "history repeats itself." The first public announcement of a black male being wrongfully murdered is none other than Emmett Till. The piece will explore the African-American male and female and their encounters with law enforcement and will hopefully cause the viewer to think and continue to hope for that day when "a change gonna come." The piece will be edited to fit the time limit.Read More
Traffick May 23, 2016 | katlichoreo | More on Performance
This piece was inspired by the rising rate of human trafficking in our country. Men…women of all ages are being held captive in your very own city. This issue is not talked about enough, and I felt compelled to create something that would leave people asking questions.Read More
De Profundis May 21, 2016 | ginaabo | More on Performance
Fate may be pre-determined, but Free Will determines a persons future. chor: Gina Menichino dancers:…JuJu Lotz, Cassidy Marchini, Maegen Rzasa-Cleary, Tiffany Hsu, Carmyn Elysabeth & Camille Priour. music: Max RichterRead More
Hurt May 21, 2016 | stephfranco | More on General
He was left with all the faces he could no longer remember. What was familiar…him one day was no more, coping with the person he never thought he would become. He was left with an empire of dirt, forever feeling the pain that he could not escape. They are all someone else, but he is still right there. Choreographed by: Stephanie Franco Dancers: Arielle DiSciascio, Destini Hall, Lesli Loren, Megan Mccutcheon, Victoria Maddison, Christa Carpani, Jennifer Agrenot, Ariana Hundley, Gino CosculleulaRead More
Rhapsody in Black May 20, 2016 | BkDanceLife | More on Performance
A sensual piece of rumba choreography utilizing innovative and abstract formations to display powerful Latin…technique as well unique transitions from couple to couple.Read More
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