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Keep The Goosebumps On - Xtra Show Squad August 25, 2015 | sorjefxtra | More on Dance Team
We are the team of dedicated dance and acrobatics aficionados from Ukraine. With fire in…souls, we create inspirational shows for the adepts of active lifestyle worldwide. Driven by the power of the dance we are committed to sharing our sincere emotions with everyone! The idea of this video is to create an urban and extreme atmosphere in the audience mind as well as conveying feeling of the power, aggression and sexual arousal. Hope, we have managed to do this and you will enjoy watching the video :). P.S. Our website - http://www.xtrashowsquad.comRead More
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close May 31, 2012 | kbarker | More on Performance
The choreography for this piece was inspired by Jonathan Safran Foer's 2005 novel and the…Daldry’s directed movie, “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close”. Set against the backdrop of the tragic events of 9/11 the “worst day”, the story revolves around a young boy’s heartbreaking loss of his father in the World Trade Center attack of 9/11. After finding a mysterious key, the boy is convinced that his father has left him a final message. He embarks on a scavenger hunt determined to find the lock that belongs to the key. His journey reflects his deep trauma and mourning as well as the healing steps taken to recover and understand the world around him. This dance explores the young protagonist’s struggle between self-destruction and self-preservation and concludes with a positive expression of how the power of self-discovery and perseverance can help overcome a shattering emotional experience. I chose the song “Everything Must Find Its Place” by Sleeperstar as a tribute to Oskar (the main character). The inspiration of the song lyrics and the musicality supports the storyline throughout the choreography. I wanted to capture the impact of losing someone you love and coming to terms with that incredible loss. That day the “worst day” has changed lives forever. With every loss we can find hope, love and even a miracle. Choreographed by: Kim BarkerRead More