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This will probably not be my only post about AyaBambi as their style is right up my alley, from their hair down to their shoesies. 68 more words


Dakota M. Lindesmith, BFA Dance Performance, is in her third year of study at Kent State University.  She has performed in numerous faculty and student dance concerts.  67 more words


Last drop

And someone finally did it. Congratulations! You were the fucking last drop. The only thing I always do is please other people. Whatever they want they have it. 127 more words


Why You Can't Stop Worrying When Creating a Self Funded Dance Show

I am all at once nervous and proud. In just a few short weeks, this dance show has come together. In September, when most companies are getting into their regular rehearsal schedule, I was contemplating if I would create anything at all. 709 more words


Letter from Tel Aviv: Week 2 with Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor

By Zachary Whittenburg

This post is a sequel to one published here at Planet Blog on April 11, covering the first three days of a new creation by Israeli artists… 2,402 more words

Remember that time...

when you saw your choreography come to life on stage?

In working on my final essay for my Composition II class, I’ve been reading about the process of choreography.   288 more words

Putting Your Heart On Stage: NYU Professor Carla Flores Sees Movement and Dance in Everyday Life.

It’s the ballerina equivalent of a showdown. For 25 minutes and all three movements of Johannes Sebastian Bach’s “Concerto for Two Violins,” 11 dancers duel in perfect synchronization with the battling tones of the two baroque violins. 1,214 more words