One. May 31, 2015 | Philorsano | More on General
Our individuality as humans/dancers is extremely important, but within that, we must work as "One."…order to create the picture or idea as a whole. We are a unit.Read More
Newton's Second: For Every Action May 31, 2015 | agerardot | More on Performance
I've been inspired to do a complete show based around Newton's laws of Physics and…only how movement reacts to other movement but how our interpersonal reactions affect others. This is the second in a string of pieces that will flow together based around these laws.Read More
Animals May 31, 2015 | powersdance | More on Dance Team
Animals: set to the Maroon 5 song "Animals", is a theatrical mixed dance style routine…female huntresses in the woods hunting their next victim. Animals has a fair of hip hop, spins of jazz, and jumps like cheer all while keeping a theatrical edge to make the choreography come to life. Animals was filmed in the woods because of lack of space to film the routine. Choreographed by Cait Powers. Dance group dysFUNctional!Read More
"Thou Shall Not" May 31, 2015 | meldancenyc | More on General
Choreography by Megan Lininger. "Thou Shall Not" is a story about two women fearlessly holding…to their love in order to break the shackles of religious persecution.Read More
When You Break [Choreography by Sarah Richman] May 31, 2015 | sr2994 | More on General
Is everything we share done so in an effort to get the best result or…order to keep a relationship in a positive light? We often act from anticipation. We become parasites to one another; feeding off demands. When will our abilities to trust, to believe in honesty, to believe in care, fade away? When will we break? Dancers: Emily Brown, Eimile Davis, Livi MacVicar-Flug, Ellie Sanna, Jordyn Santiago, Ana Sosa, Rae-Ann ThomasRead More
Ramta Jogi May 31, 2015 | kbidance | More on General
Ramta Jogi - a tale of a man, drunk and madly in love, dreaming of…woman who stole his heart. Choreographed by Anisha Kunnel and Meera Nanda, this Bollywood fusion piece relays the poignant pain of heartbreak through the dramatized expressions and dance of a drunken lover woefully waning in nostalgia for his beloved. True to the Bollywood style, the routine comes alive with it's characteristic theatrics and rhythmic movements.Read More
INVISIBLE May 31, 2015 | AlekSay | More on Performance
INVISIBLE is that very specific moment in my life when I just wanted to disappear.…decided to bring it into a choreography with my amazing company to show that no matter what happens to us we must learn and move ahead with our lives. Hope you enjoy our work. Dancers: Claudia Garcia, Berenice Serrano, Nadia Torres, Miguel Valle, Alex Ramirez, Edgar Ferzuli, Sergio Alcazar. Choreographer: Alejandro Montoya Mexico City, Mexico. I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC NO COPY RIGHT INTENDED.Read More
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