June 25, 2055 May 26, 2015 | acarrizo | More on General
On Friday June 25, 2055 audiences are transported to the post apocalyptic world where technology…advanced to a point of no return. Humans have had to compete with robots for jobs and now there own race. Robots appear and behave as humans, but don't let them fool you. These six uniform robots appear as fierce, and intriguing woman but they are something more. They are the result of technological advances and they are here to stay. "June 25, 2055" Choreography- Ashley Carrizo Music- Nosaj Thing & Childish Gambino Cinematography- Micheal Pusey Dancers-Jessica Adams, Emily DiMaggio, Samantha Dowdy, DeAnna Drago, Chanel Howard & Kayla RiveraRead More
Woman May 24, 2015 | portislove26 | More on Performance
The piece "Woman" by Cyrian Reed is an amazing depiction of the inner strength and…every woman possesses after the overcoming of struggles. This piece shares a few of those stories through the passionate, modern, contemporary dance form, along with surprises of contemporary hip-hop sprinkled in between some of the movements; all to draw you in to the hardships and overcoming of each "Woman."Read More
Overtime May 23, 2015 | Presley1984 | More on Performance
A contemporary hip hop piece inspired by working many hours of overtime at a 9-5…job. The piece can easily be performed without the desk. Choreographed by: Lisa M. "Presley" Anderson.Read More
This Place May 22, 2015 | andrea_ward | More on General
Choreography: Andrea Ward Dancing: Laura Smithson, Ariel Clarke, Jon Carr, Ryan Wolf, and Andrea Ward…Noah Lamport Music: The Postal Service This piece is about the idea of being "free" in a world where the definition of freedom is fabricated and untrue. Society is illusory in that it convinces us that we are free, although we are not. In the song, the singer says "You may case the grounds from the Cascades to Puget Sound, but you are not permitted to leave." In this, he is implying that although we have the freedom to escape society physically, we do not have the freedom to escape society mentally, psychologically, or emotionally.Read More
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