Lost & Found April 3, 2014 | jawashi1 | More on General
Lost & Found - Choreography by James A. Washington. Performers: Payton Ackerman, Katherine Narasimhan, Ryleigh…Auriel Welty. Abby Lee Dance Company - 2014 The four performers featured in "Lost & Found" represent the symbolism of one person, spanning quickly through the downfall of confidence, inner acceptance and judgement caused from a relationship.Read More
Querencia March 28, 2014 | roselarkings | More on General
"Querencia" A place from which one's strength is drawn, where one feels most at home;…place where you are your most authentic self. For me as a dancer and a choreographer this piece describes freedom and ability to loose control within movement. As a dancer I find I am at my most authentic self every morning that I set foot into a studio. There is a sense of empowerment and also a feeling of abandonment which is strongly supported by being emotionally and physically connected and in tune with our bodies. The element of trust and also feeling completely comfortable with others was also very apparent to me when creating Querencia!Read More
Cara a Cara March 26, 2014 | AnaBB | More on Performance
A Tango-styled contemporary ballet piece, performed at the 2014 Stepping Out concert by Boulder Ballet.…by Ana Claire.Read More
Encounters March 25, 2014 | mlobrace | More on Modern
This duet was created for two males but it has also been performed with two…Has been shown in Washington, DC and multiple venues in NYC. Choreographed by Michelle LoBrace, Artistic Director of LoBrace DanceWorks.Read More
In the eye March 25, 2014 | gioravelo | More on Performance
Piece commissioned by Roxey Ballet, music by Nalani & Sarina, Feb 2014. Dancers Xiaxiao Cao…Kaitlyn McDermitt. Choreographer Giovani Ravelo.Read More
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