Angels of Autumn May 3, 2011 | KathyGorman | More on Modern
This modern dance piece is performed by the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Kinesis…Theatre in honor of the 10th Anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001. This dance depicts the interaction between the fleeing workers in the World Trade Center and the firefighters who were entering the towers to rescue them.Read More
"Victory and Mourning" May 1, 2011 | mkdance | More on General
Submission for Capezio A.C.E. Award Competition 2011. Title: "Victory and Mourning" Choreographer: Mindy Ann Kendi…Carley England, Emily Kohlmorgan, Kyleigh LaFave, Sarah Shaulis, Sidney ShaulisRead More
MY BODY IS A CAGE May 1, 2011 | blakandblue | More on Modern
a contemporary piece choreographed in memory of my father who recently passed away after a…battle with cancer. the dance premiered at nyc's upper west side's SYMPHONY SPACE last season at the IMPRESSIONS: AN EVENING OF DANCE event featuring COMPLEXIONS DANCE and benefiting the AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETYRead More
éternellement April 30, 2011 | khodges | More on Performance
Choreography: Kellie Hodges, adjunct dance faculty, Point Park University Dancers: Laurel Bashore, Brittany Bean, Kristina…Cait Cucchiara, Raymond InteriorRead More
GREEN by Hazel Sabas-Gower April 30, 2011 | hsg421 | More on Ballet
GREEN by Hazel Sabas-Gower. DESCRIPTION: Performed by Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet. A dance that represents…4 essential elements of nature- earth, water, air and fire. A tribute to my mother who was one of the pioneers of the "green" movement in the Philippines since the 1970's. This dance is also an expression of respect for the beauty and preservation of our environment and a contribution to the legacy of global awareness of environmental issues.Read More
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