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    Dance Rehearsal

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    Watching dance in person is an unforgettable experience. No matter how many different dances you watch on video, there is no substitute for seeing it in person. Observing the technique class and the rehearsal gave me so much insight on how much work is put into each individual dance. It made me realize that dancers are perfectionists and will persistently go over one small part of a dance until it is absolutely perfect. Observing the technique class and rehearsal allowed me to see the dedication the dancers and instructors have to their art. I went to the dance rehearsal first on September 16th. At the rehearsal, the dancers were working on the reconstruction of a piece originally choreographed by José Limón in 1964. José Limón studied with…

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    Dance Therapy

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    An individual's woman experience with dance therapy was examined in the case study conducted by Lee (2014). The author chooses of a 56-year old patient diagnosed with major depression, established the treatment as one 60-minute session a week for 2 years, except during the holiday Chinese New Year. It was an extensive treatment with specific psychiatrist supervision and documentation. Lee (2014) researched dance movement therapy as a tool to discover the deep feelings of the patient. During…

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    I love dance, social media, Taylor Swift, history, and learning new things. I started dance when I was about two years old. I continued doing ballet and tap until I was about ten because I didn't find it fun anymore. However, about two years ago, I watched a show on TV called Dance Academy. It was a fiction show about this ballet school in Sydney, Australia. This was what got me so interested in ballet. Since I was attending a private school, I didn't have the time or the money to start taking…

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    Dance Analysis

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    Dance is a common theme in every culture. It doesn’t require a specific language in order to be understood and can be interpreted in many different ways. However, this subjective point of view can also make it being difficult to convey a specific theme. By combining aspects of music and visual art I can more easily define what emotions and theme I conveying during my performance. Physics must also be taken into account when choreographing. A beautiful movement that contributes to the theme and…

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    Philosophy Of Dance

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    stamina, balance--dance. When a dancer finds the rhythm that lies inside of his or her heart, they begin using their body as type of communication. Simply as an expression to show the world what they are capable of-- testing their limits of their dance body. When a dancer begins to finds the spark of interest that lies inside of them, they begin to experiment with the newly found rhythm inside of their bodies. A dancer will then begin to work harder to try reach the next goal. Dancing first…

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    Intergenerational Dance

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    The Intergenerational Dance was for the communitiy and everything was completly free. The social work student council was the group that put on the dance. There was about 150 people who showed up, majority of the guest were dressed up in their halloween costume. At the begginning of the dance there was food, pulled pork, baked beans, coleslaw and lots of desserts. After food was served they had multiple activities for the kids mostly; they had mummy rap, a cake walk, hoola hoop, and a costume…

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    A Career In Dance

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    of career in Dance? Tens of thousands of children across the United States pursue their passion of dance, some for recreation, while other dancers desire to make a career out of their passion. What types of career opportunities exist for the child that wants to dance professionally? What type of training/education is necessary for a dancer to pursue this type of career? What type of pay/income can one expect as a professional dancer? Below you will find answers to some of these questions and…

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    Dance Critique

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    In the dance piece, Waiting For The 46th, choreographer Ryan Thomas and dancers Jillian Bruno, Chav’nair “Chav” Stocker, and Jazmin Zavaleta explore the struggles that we may come across in our life as obstacles. The piece was performed at the Kinetic Conversations faculty dance concert at 7:00 pm on November 30th, 2017 in the Landis Performing Arts Center on the campus of Riverside City College. The dance department created this showcase to demonstrate the many talents that choreographers have…

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    Elswit On Dance

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    “So You Think You Can Dance” by Kate Elswit She argues that television viewing audiences are “trained” to view dance in a particular way. She cites “The Cancer Dance” as an example of how implied narrative, emotion, and the pre-performance package teach us what to look for and how to respond. Dance in the Media I experience dance in the media through numerous commercials, tv shows, and movies. Dancing with the Stars is an example of dance in the media. This show encompasses many different…

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    Dance Analysis

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    performer. During my grade 12 year of dance I have learned many new skills in both hip hop and ballet that I was able to apply in my final performance. For example, during the dance show we applied slow movements to the hip hop dance. I applied this to my final performance because it taught me that even if my movements are slow and look very graceful that they can still have more energy. This allows me to project the emotion better to the class and in turn help me tell the story of the dance…

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