Samples "Dance"

Dance

The fall dance theater concert displayed a number of dances that were educative and entertaining. However, two dances attracted my attention. The first dance was named “Ask and Tell” and was performed by two outstanding performers Angelo Martin and Dylan Ochoa. The storyline of the dance is a dream and...

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“Ask and Tell” by Angelo Martin and Dylan Ochoa impressed me the most from Act I at the fall dance concert. This performance tells the love story of two men in the army. Seated on a chair, a young man expresses himself through the spotlight dancing. He wants to become...

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The article by Kimerer LaMothe entitled, “To Dance is a Radical Act”, emphasizes the impact that dance has on modern culture, and more specifically, the ways in which dance challenges the concept of modern society and the values that fuel the modern world, especially the western world. The reasons for...

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This paper looks at the current trends in dance from the year 2000. It does this by zooming in on four different dance styles which are popular across the globe. These styles incorporate a variety of fairly new dances as well as older ones that seem new, but have a...

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The purpose of this paper is to write about my visit to the Branch Museum of Architecture and Design on Monument Avenue at North Davis Avenue, Richmond VA, when I went to see the special visiting exhibit entitled: “Ballet Pas de Deux: An Exhibition of Dance and Architecture.” This event...

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Shiva a Hindu god who symbolizes destruction is also referred to as Nataraja, the Hindu god of dancers. The word Nataraja is derived from Nata that refers to dance, raj referring to the lord. The core image of Nataraja is achieved through a canonical form made of bonze that was...

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In her article “Movement as Dance: A Journey Backward”, dance educator Jo Leissa Dickinson discusses the benefits of creative dance for achieving higher awareness of one’s own self. She observes that most people limit the range of their movements as they grow older because of their increasing alienation with their...

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This article discusses the human movement and its effects on the holistic functioning of them. Movement is critical to the expressing people's responses. The authors indicate that reducing movement lives to the task-oriented movement leaves people with poor movement, despite the fact that it is expected to enrich people. The...

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African American Social Vernacular Dances have influenced the Western Concert Dance both on stage and film in various ways. The later acquires different dancing styles that are used in performing African American Social Vernacular Dances thus contributing to spread of economic, political, cultural and musical styles of African American. The...

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