CARTOON LOVE November 16, 2008 | Marta | More on Modern
CARTOON LOVE is a quartet created at The Yard in 2008 as part of "An…with Martha Myers". It features music from Steve Elson's new CD "Mott and Broome, with lyrics by Daniel Wolff, sung by Jennifer Griffith. Choreography by Marta Renzi, danced by Mica Bernas, Carlos Gonzalez, Caitlin Granados and Rory Kaplan.Read More
A Choreographers' Showcase November 14, 2008 | NVBallet | More on Performance
Debuting last year to a packed house, this unique collaboration features new works created and…by artists from Nevada Ballet Theatre and Cirque du Soleil®. Presented at the Mystère Theatre at Treasure Island, this show reveals new possibilities for creativity. This remarkable not-to-be-missed production will give the audience a new vision of the future of dance here in Las Vegas.Read More
ARENA Dances by Mathew Janczewski November 13, 2008 | sburke28 | More on General
Excerpts from "Dancin' with ETHEL," a collection of dances by Mathew Janczewski, danced by his…company ARENA, to live music by the New York string quartet ETHEL. Check out Camille LeFevre's review of the program at www.dancemagazine.com/reviews.Read More
Songbird, Heather Blum November 13, 2008 | zekesmom | More on General
Heather Blum age 15; choreographed by Kym De Los Reyes This was a special piece…Heather, choreographed and danced for her grandmother who had recently passed away.Read More
Me and My Shadow November 13, 2008 | lwolfe63 | More on Tap
Stephanie Wolfe performs to Me and My Shadow at the 2008 Showbiz Talent National Finals…Diamond Division) in Palm Springs, California. This number was choreographed by Jimmy Peters. Stephanie is 15 years old and lives in Temecula, California. She has been dancing since the age of three. She has been training and competing in all styles of dance and loves to perform, especially in Musical Theater and Tap.Read More
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