Maskmaker May 10, 2012 | theo1276 | More on Performance
My inspiration for this piece was the internationally acclaimed French actor and Mime Marcel Marceau.…was most famous for his persona Bip the Clown. This piece is my interpretation of "The Maskmaker", by him. Its about looking in the mirror, seeing what you could be, and making a change for the better. Performed by dancers from Paula Meola's school of Dance and Performing Arts, and most recently won awards for choreography, and overall top placements in the competitive circuit.Read More
Hometown Glory - Cheryll Custer May 10, 2012 | ccuster16 | More on General
Hometown Glory Choreographed by Cheryll Custer This piece is about missing a place/person from your…and reminiscing about it. It could be an acutal place(where you were born), a person or a time in your life. Hope you enjoy it! Dancers: (from Pointe Counterpointe Dance Center) Taylor Ball, Miranda Crummey, Anna Dai, Bailee Grandberry, Shelby Lazorka, Beca Maynor, Denise Rautio, Diana Rautio, Alex Stassen, Hailey Wolf and Lexi WolfRead More
Vaudeville Now May 10, 2012 | Patrizia7 | More on Performance
Inspired by the 1930's Vaudeville era but infused with a modern twist. A blend of…and Contemporary dance for the purpose of entertainment. Choreographed by: Patrizia Gianforcaro Dancers: Rosemarie Stea, Stefani Donadio, Gabriella Capobianco, Kyra Jean Green and Patrizia Gianforcaro. Performed at Toronto's 2011 Choreographers Ball @ the Mod Club.Read More
Breathless May 9, 2012 | mconti816 | More on Performance
Choreographer: Michelle Conti Music: Moya by Godspped You! Black Emperor Dancers: Daniel Guay, Holly Corbett,…Ricardo, Korinne Stay, Brian Viccaro, Lauren Colli, and Hannah LeBeauRead More
Passing May 9, 2012 | Tsdancenj | More on Performance
Inspired by my aging Grandparents. It's being able to look back at your life and…you use to be. And have the courage to accept who you are today. Knowing your youth has past, finding the will to live and enjoy each day.Read More
“Will You Be There" May 9, 2012 | mistah | More on Modern
Robert Taylor Jr, (a.k.a. ‘The WoOoOo Man) - SYTYCD (season 8) has choreographed his first…piece to represent love, peace, energy, positivity, and awareness as a people to be there for one another. The choreography was inspired by Michael Jackson as well as the people dancing IN the piece.Read More
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