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Is It 'Cause Of The Turnout?

Because I just don’t get it! Having tried out more styles of dance now, I still can’t understand why practically every dancer I personally know claims that out of all the dance forms ballet is the most difficult. 1,331 more words

Adult Ballet Beginners

INTO SUNLIGHT: Ron Honsa, Nan Penman & Robin Becker

We had an engaging conversation about a recent dance film collaboration between filmmaker Ron Honsa, choreographer Robin Becker, and producer Nan Penman.  Watch the trailer… 225 more words

Pod De Deux Podcast Episodes

Flash Flashback, 9-15: Shadows of our Remembered Ancestors 'Labor Union' Works it; Workum and Rawls Paint the Ark

By Alison D’Amato
Copyright 2007, 2016 Alison D’Amato

(Originally published February 15, 2007.)

NEW YORK — For an art form that’s barely a century old, modern dance often appears obsessed with its own legacy. 269 more words

Project: Motion Presents Finding Memphis: Tiny Dances / Hidden Spaces



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Project: Motion Presents Finding Memphis: Tiny Dances / Hidden Spaces


Memphis, Tenn. (September 8, 2016) – Project: Motion Modern Dance Collective inaugurates its 2016 – 2017 season at the Jay Etkin Gallery in Cooper-Young. 428 more words

Movies in the Park: The Good Dinosaur

Saturday, 9/10/2016, PTDT donned dinosaur hats and his the (space in front of) the big screen with a dozen or so members of the community at the Davis Sunset Rotary Club’s Movies in the Park.   175 more words

Contemporary Dance

Snap Shot #12: My Other Thing

There is no doubt that for six months of the year, I am obsessed with Aussie Rules footy. I watch the professional version at stadiums and the junior version at suburban ovals throughout Sydney. 382 more words

Snap Shots

Did anyone popularize post-modern dance in the 1990s — and simultaneously prove its *relevance* by using its language to address contemporary concerns, singularly making dance a player in so-called ‘identity politics’ — as much as Bill T. 84 more words