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    Beginning my sophomore year of high school, I had the privilege to become a member of Alma Folklorica de Oklahoma. It is a Mexican folklorico dance group in which we perform different dances from different regions of Mexico. Through this group I have learned many lessons on what a leader does, who a leader is, and what being a leader looks like. Each year we have new members join, as senior members graduate out. Usually your first year as a member consists of learning regions, learning the costumes and accessories for each region, and looking up to the veteran members for any doubts we may have. Like most of the new members I spent my first year learning and receiving guidance from the veterans. By my second year as a member, it was…

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    On December 2nd, 2016 at the Constance theatre the dance department presented a show called Agbedidi. The show, directed and choreographed by Mohamed DaCosta and Trent D. Williams, Jr., displayed a combination of Traditional African and Contemporary Dance. The house buzzed with excitement as the start of the show approached. It is quite encouraged to see such a large audience at an event, but this audience also brought a positive, vibrant atmosphere for the dancers to soak up. I was curious to…

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    The backdrops and the props that were used throughout the performance helped create the idea of what was happening. Whether it was Masha 's bed or her Nutcracker or the backdrops gave us an idea of where each scene was set. With each scene their was a different lighting setting based on the certain emotion the character was feeling. The Mice scene was very easy for the audience to understand, Masha has a bad dream that mice and the Rat King battle where she is on her bed as the Mice run around…

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    Diversity of Dance Santa Fe College’s Fine Arts department presented Earl Mosley’s Diversity of Dance on Thursday, October 27th at 8 pm. I had the pleasure of attending this amazing performance at Santa Fe College, in the Fine Arts hall, which set the tone with its beautiful ambience. Arriving ten minutes early allowed me to look over the program and get ready for the curtains to open. Each performance was unique and I look forward to speaking about each of them. The First dance was Oh My…

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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…

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    Essay On Harriet Tubman

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    and John Brown. Grade 4 Dance Standards 3: Understand dance as a way to create and communicate meaning. Objectives: 1. The student will be able to (TSWBA) explain and communicate the emotions and contributions of Harriet Tubman, an abolitionist, in the mounting tensions over slavery through an original dance routine created in cooperative groups. Assessment (summative and formative): • Objective 1 will be assessed by the…

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    Hopi Snake Dance Essay

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    The Hopi Snake Dance is performed by Hopis which is a First Nation tribe which lives in the northeast part of Arizona. The Hopi Snake Dance is used on the last day of a 16 day celebration which happens in August or early September. Many people call this dance the “Rain Dance” because it is a dance to pray for the rain. The origin of the Hopi Snake Dance also comes from this story. A long time back, there lived a father and a son in one of the Hopi villages. Whenever there were offerings were…

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    to you about my passion. My passion is dance and I have been doing it for over 9 years and over those 9 years I learned about leadership, teamwork and problem solving. I danced at Get Out and Dance for 2 years and then switched to Wausau Academy of Dance. At Wausau Academy of Dance I joined a competition group called Strive, my first year was great and then my second year started going downhill I got placed in a group where I was dancing with 9 year olds and I was 12ish at the time and being the…

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    Haiti Dance Papers

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    An Exotic Dancing Show from Haiti Dancing Group In 16th August, The Impression of Haiti showed up in Beijing. Combining Western African dances with voodoo legend, Haiti dancing group – Ballet Bacoulou gave an enthusiastic performance. Also, they will perform in Dezhou and Jinan, Shandong province. The debut they made in Beijing won rounds of applause. They presented 14 native dances with special charms. For instance, The Dance of Liberator revealed the slaveries’ ecstasy of reembracing…

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    Dance Therapy

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    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 the case study,…

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