I Gave You All February 6, 2016 | aliavas | More on Performance
Contemporary piece titled "I Gave You All." Choreography by Alexia Liavas. The piece takes on…journey of the tug of war in an unhealthy relationship, that leads to anger and the eventual dissolution of the relationship. Performed at the Celebrity Dance "Create" choreography competition by the Aspire Dance Studio Adult Company. California regional choreography winner.Read More
"Non-Stop" January 29, 2016 | geoffreyg | More on Performance
This number, choreographed for and performed at the Gypsy of the Year competition in NYC,…the humorous story of Broadway "Gypsies" traveling from city to city, collecting for Broadway Cares, Equity Fights AIDS (BCEFA). With a throwback to the romanticized era or air travel, and a humorous take on the quirkiness of travel days, this number explodes into dance and fills the stage.Read More
Semper Fi - Daniel Huynh Choreography January 28, 2016 | danieldhuynh | More on General
My submission for the Capezio A.C.E Awards Choreography: Daniel Huynh Music: Comrade by Volcano Choir…Hannah Beddow, Malia Byrne, Amanda Garcia, Sarah Gertler, Veronica Hessler, Tina Hidai, Cassi Mihalovich, Lily Ontiveros, Caitlyn Parker, Rollins Parker, Eugenia Rodriguez, Maddie Spilsted, Cole ThongnuamRead More
A Beautiful Mind January 28, 2016 | NoelBajandas | More on Performance
Choreographer: Noel Bajandas The story represents, on a profound scale, the power of ones mind…what happens when it takes over ones being. Sometimes the exterior of a person can be a deceiving perception to his/her hidden secrets.Read More
#Taplife Company - The World as I See it January 28, 2016 | Taplife | More on Tap
Bullied as a child, Anthony Lo Cascio and his choreography represent a glance into that…"The World as I See it", seen here, is featured in his recently released, full-length show, #SoundsofaTaplife now showing on Vimeo and at www.thetaplife.comRead More
Public Displays January 28, 2016 | mikekirsch34 | More on General
This dance piece centers around public displays of affection for the LGBT community and how…often have to censor or question showing affection to the one we love. I don’t think the general public even thinks about PDA as an LGBT issue but imagine not being able to hold hands, link arms, kiss or even touch the person you love out of fear of how others may respond. I think it is maybe the biggest issue we deal with in our day to day lives. Also, if it's helpful I do have a stage version of this dance. The video quality isn't as good and the videographer missed a lot of the piece so that's why I presented this one.Read More
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