Step 1 of 12 April 14, 2012 | hdarnell | More on Modern
This piece was choreographed by Heather D'Arnell and presented at the University of Washington's annual…concert, InFlux. Performers are all undergraduate dance students at the University of Washington.Read More
FREE April 13, 2012 | ChelseyDahm | More on Performance
*Piece excerpted to meet the time limit* "Freedom of expression is the matrix, the indispensable…of nearly every other form of freedom." 'Free' was inspired by the above quote from Justice Benjamin Cardozo. The piece is about letting go of fear (represented by the back wall), and finding the courage and strength to express yourself. I tried to choreograph to each dancer's strength, and pull out what is truly unique and special about each of them. I cannot thank them enough for their dedication to this piece. Thank you for watching! Choreographer: Chelsey DahmRead More
The Boston Tap Company April 12, 2012 | Cnote | More on Tap
The Boston Tap Company presents one of the oldest forms of dance in a present…manner. Enjoy this piece which incorporates elements of many styles surrounding some amazing footwork...Read More
The Prayer April 12, 2012 | coolDave | More on Performance
this was a piece that i put together with my crew/company. I wanted to do…piece that people listen to what the message was more so than just watch the choreography. Choreography can be great but its the story and the emotion behind the work that makes it not just choreography but a performance and allows the audience to engage in what you are trying to say through movement. This is how i felt during this time going through alot in my life so i expressed it through dance hope that you enjoy and can relate to what the message isRead More
Behind the Me April 10, 2012 | lesliebitong | More on General
This piece presents a narrative of three people who each posess an inner demon. The…person avoids his inner demon, the second person is tormented by it, while the third person confronts his inner demon in a face-to-face battle.Read More
Let the Games Begin April 10, 2012 | HollyGray | More on Performance
Originally inspired by The Hunger Games series and turned into an outlook on society and…it has to offer. A sense of breaking out yet being pulled into the norm whether it is good or bad. The dancers find a way to defy gravity and learn to stand up for what they believe in or choose to reject what is different, being scared of change. My Choreography to "Skeletons" by Drehz for Spring 2012 Dance Alabama! at The University of Alabama. Dancers: Emily Higg, Alicia McGinty, Sarah Sockwell, Kelsey Ebersold, Rustin Laird, Anna Atchley, and Lindsey Henderson. Choreographer: Holly Gray Edited By Patrick Gray: www.youtube.com/mrgraypatrickRead More
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