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"1864" Choreographed by Dana Chapman - Carroll, Performed by Jo Anne Chapman School of Dance



User: gotta_dance
Views: 3,662
Added: April 12, 2011
Event: Capezio A.C.E. Award Competition 2011
Category: General
Keywords: Dana Chapman - Carroll
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Overall rating: 4.4
Votes: 104
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#18 REMARKABLE!!
 
"The Imagination imitates. It is the critical spirit that creates". Oscar Wilde I love the interpretation of this song from an exceptional painter/choreographer who never seizes to amaze me with her remarkable choreography.The strokes of color executed by the brushes illuminate how humanity from the beginning of time struggle with the quest to be loved.However, sometimes we allow evil/sin to pervade our spirits. Ultimately, we have the choice.A Beautiful painting to all involved..BREATHTAKING!
 
#17 amazing
 
wow that is an amazing dance and the costumes help it too. the big skirts and green top just pop it out.
 
#16 WOW AMAZING DANCE
 
tHAT DANCE IS AMAZING AND THE COSTUMES MAKE IT EVEN BETTER. you CAN CLEARLY TELL WHAT IS HAPPENING IN IT. tHE STORY IS TOLD VERY WELL. WELL DONEE :))))))))
 
#15 AMAZING
 
AMAZING DANCE <3 WERRRRRRKKKKKKKKKKK
 
#14 Blown away
 
This dance is out of this world. I have had the luck of seeing this dance live and it it truly unreal! These dancers are beyond amazing paired with top of the line choreography makes this dance one of the best I have ever seen!!!!!! Congrats on a true masterpiece
 


#13 SOOOO GOOD!!!!!
 
Watching this video is a confirmation that JCSOD is the best studio with great teachers! Great Choreography! and I loved the beautiful costumes!
 
#12 LOVE!!!
 
yesssssss jcsod family representing once again!!! love!!
 
#11 Fantastic
 
A great dance!
 
#10 OUTSTANDING!!
 
WOW...WHAT A PERFORMANCE! It's so intense that it make you want dance along with the dancers in your seat. Outstanding job to both the choreographer and the dancers.
 
#9 FANTASCULAR!
 
This is an intense fusion of a fantastic conceptual idea merged with a spectacular execution of movement. The dancers, the costumes, the score and the intricacies of the performance all come together in this choreography along with passionate story telling. It's a feast for the eyes and food for the soul. The contrast of good and evil, love and war is a reality that makes us human...It authenticity left me moved, touched and inspired. BRILLIANT at so many levels!
 


#8 So good ! :D
 
Love the song , love the dance , love the dancers ! Weeeeerrk Brianna !<3
 
#7 Costumes
 
Costumes are bigger than the girls! Very distracting from an otherwise very good dance.
 
#6 WOW
 
Absolutely Beautiful!!
 
#5 GREAT!!!!!
 
!spectacular!!
 
#4 AMAZING!!!!!!!
 
PHENOMENAL! the passion, the intensity and the CHOREOGRAPHY was ALL amazing! The choreographer created an amazing story within and dance and used her dancers to the fullest! this is the most AMAZING DANCE EVER!!! FYI there is NO WAY the dancers are relying on the costume in any way! they could do that whole dance in bodysuits and beige tights and it will still give you shivers! and intensity is shown thru face and body movement NOT costuming!!!!
 


#3 BEAUTIFUL!
 
I thought this dance was stunning from beginning to end! The choreographer did a wonderful job and clearly put a lot of thought and passion into each and every movement. I wish i got to see more dances like this one, with such dedication and talent from both the choreographer and the dancers it is a pleasure to watch! The costumes are beautiful and do a great job of complimenting the creativity in the dance... AMAZING WORK!!
 
#2 WERRRRKKKKKK
 
BEST DANCE EVER :-)
 
#1 Costumes
 
I think that they rely on the costuming to bring the intensity to this dance, without the skirts it would not be a good dance.:/ Just my opinion.
 
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