"Mudbath" (Originally "Mudbath for the Clean" is a piece that explores the idea of censorship and the theory that we might become what we don't allow ourselves to talk about. All of the movement is derived from ASL (American Sign Language) and there is a use of black paint on the dancers to show the spread of that idea, whether suppressive or liberating. Choreography by Elliott Reiland Music: "Bathtime in Clerkenwell (Shrift Remix)" by The Real Tuesday Weld Dancers: Elizabeth Beres Jaclyn Walsh Lauren Swanson Dana Thomas Wheeler Hughes Alyssa Maksym Emily Watson Joanna Taubeneck Choreographed for a Tisch Dance Student Showing Lighting by Kate Ashton

Banner Register or login to Vote and Comment!
Overall rating: 2.8
Votes: 33
91 points


#2 Mudbath Very Nice!!
So Worth watching !!! Creative, great movement. Would love to see it live!
#1 Blip
Sorry for the blip at the beginning of the video... I promise the rest of the video is fine!!!! Enjoy!
Where the pages of your favorite magazines come to life.
  • Dance Teacher Summit
  • DRN Expo
  • Dance Magazine Awards
Copyright © 2015 DanceMedia, LLC. All Rights Reserved. | Privacy Statement | Copyright Notice | Terms of Use