"Apologies" July 13, 2008 | flexicurve | More on Performance
“Apologies” tells the story of two lovers trying to connect the disconnect between. The parters…seek one another on their bed, but are unsuccessful even when they touch. "Apologies" is the second in a series of video podcasts. To view more or to subscribe, surf to www.flexicurve.com and click on "Podcast". There's an ocean of them waiting for you!Read More
...Found You! July 13, 2008 | ektyra | More on General
A dance film by Emily Tyra and Caroline Fermin. Original music composed by J. Tyler…Photography by Patrick Kemal Pryor. Editing by Emily Tyra.Read More
Absent... July 13, 2008 | flexicurve | More on Performance
“Absent” addresses the isolation we as mankind experience on a daily basis. We sit in…tiny rooms broadening our two-dimensional horizons and click-click-clicking our computers. The web has enabled humanity to virtually connect with one another, while simultaneously isolating ourselves. Pablo Neruda’s poem “I Like For You to Be Still” speaks of the joy of two people connecting, which is antagonized by the dancer performing for his shadow. Are we really connecting through the web or is it a poor substitute for the wonderful world called 3D? You decide… "Absent is the first of a series of podcasts created for YOU! Surf to www.flexicurve.com and click on "Podcast" to view more or to subscribe.Read More
StartEnd July 11, 2008 | tmproject | More on Modern
This is a video that was filmed and choreographed by Trey McIntyre over the course…a week. The filming was done in a local hotel and was choreographed specifically to suite the structure of the room and building.Read More
Jump by Tap n Arts Dance Studio July 10, 2008 | tapnarts | More on Tap
Jump performed by the Tap 'n Arts Dance Studio, of Harrisburg, Pa, during Steppin' Out…Jump combines the art of tap dancing and jumping rope. It has won a variety of awards as well as honoring it's Choreographer, Kristin F. Petrou.Read More
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