Wheelchair Dance May 17, 2011 | alibaba213 | More on General
This is a sample of my choreography. I have MS and I want to tell…world about my journey from wheelchair back to dance floor. I run a Non-Profit dance program and I really want to help other dance teachers learn about how to push the limits of the body and inspire others not to give up!Read More
Bound May 17, 2011 | BEings8 | More on General
Choreography by Emily Bufferd.
Danced by Cat Cogliandro and Elise Sievert.
Ghosts May 16, 2011 | ktodey | More on General
Choreographed by Kersten Todey. Dancers: Ben Susak, Jessica Keller, Elizabeth Petrin, Kyle Hill, Liana Blackburn,…Loftis, Merissa Gassel, Carly Anderson, Matthew Peacock, Leo Morimune. Music: "Ghosts" by Florence + The Machine.Read More
Eve May 16, 2011 | amy_lou | More on General
An apple sits signifying the balance of temptation and reason. A female struggle full of…to make the right choice, should she yield to temptation?Read More
Memoryhouse (excerpt) May 16, 2011 | quetty4u247 | More on General
Choreography by Marquet K. Lee Performed by Chuck Jones, Timothy Stickney, Anne Souder, Derek Ege,…Hotchkiss, and Casey Gonzalez Music by Max Richter "I’ve always found it interesting how memories work: How something as physical as a car or intangible as a smell can trigger a distinct memory that may have happened 15 years prior to the trigger. Also, how one could be in a room with 10 other people for a period of time yet everyone can have a different recollection of what happened in that very room. They may all agree on what generally occurred, but some caught certain details that others may not have. It intrigues me how the experience in that room could be totally different from person to person emotionally as well. The happenings of that room may have excited some and angered others or inspired the majority and depressed one. Memories seem to be driven by disposition or emotion because at the end of the day memories are a matter of perception based on emotion. 'Memoryhouse' is my exploration of my observations of the way memories work. With the help of six dancers I investigated how space and emotion affect memories. The idea is that there is a house; an empty one physically but it is weighted with an assortment of memories. I want to invoke the emptiness of an abandoned house yet show how the memories have accumulated and are the permanent inhabitants. The inhabitants will take physical form in the dancers. Some of the memories coincide and some don’t. "Read More
of [everyday] life May 14, 2011 | ArielAsch | More on General
my last upload came up very choppy, this is an attempt with a clearer version.…is an excerpt from a full length work entitled the Hourglass. It was premiered April 27th 2011. It is a journey for the dancers through the commonality of experience especially through dance. Music is live, but a pre recorded track is available.Read More