Section from FANFARE May 10, 2011 | variablepop | More on Modern
From FANFARE at the Whitehall Terminal for the Staten Island Ferry in NYC. Three young…dancers celebrate an older dancer with support and reverence. Created by Naomi Goldberg Haas/Dances For A Variable PopulationRead More
Look at Me May 9, 2011 | jaystarrz | More on Performance
Look at Me was created to raise awareness and begin the healing of one today's…social issues, eating disorders. These young dancers come together from all over the US and Canada to make up the performance branch of Muse Dance Co. They teamed up with the incredibly talented spoken word artist Azure Antoinette and choreographer Jessica Starr to create this pivotal performance. We dance with intention and hope to effect each and every person who views our piece.Read More
Canary and the Coal Mine May 9, 2011 | adamhweinert | More on General
Match Box Dances is a short, four-part dancefilm shot on the streets, sidewalks and loading…of DUMBO, one of New York’s most quickly changing neighborhoods. The product of an inter-disciplinary collaboration, Match Box Dances is a snapshot of ongoing investigations of portraiture in dance on camera. The project explores the intersection of public, private and personal gestures, while employing a creative and technical regard to immediacy similar to that of an instant Polaroid: The content, creation and production arise necessarily ‘of-the-moment’, and produce an artifact that functions as both document and art object.Read More
LehrerDance May 9, 2011 | jonlehrer | More on Modern
This work, "A Ritual Dynamic", is signature LehrerDance - athletic, organic, artistic and filled with…flying, edge of your seat excitement.Read More
Breakthrough May 9, 2011 | hddance | More on General
This dance is about the pressures women face in current society. It is about whether…not we will allow that pressure to take us over or if we will break out of it.Read More
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