Eleanor Powell was born on November 21st, 1912 in Springfield, Massachusetts. At the age of two, her father abandoned her family, leaving her mother working hard to make ends meet. Her mother had told her that her father had died. At twenty three years of age, her father had re-introduced himself to her. She was a very shy kid, so her mother enrolled her in dance lessons.
Isadora Duncan 	Isadora Duncan was a famous dancer who brought a new kind of dance to the world. She danced out the feelings from deep in her heart. Unlike other dancers in the late nineteenth century, Isadora Duncan danced with flowing motion. She was not a ballerina, and did not like to watch ballet dancers, with their stiff bodies and unnatural pointe shoes. At first she was not liked, but as time went on, Isadora Duncan became a dance revolutionist people all over the world will never forget.
After her father died she went she went to Denishawn School of Dancing and Related Arts which was a junior college. This is where she spent her 8 years or more where she was a student but she was also an instructor (“Martha Graham Bio”). She got to work with Ted Shawn which was where she improved her dance techniques and also where she began dancing as a professional. Ted Shawn p... ... middle of paper ... ...ed to cry but just couldn’t. However, when she saw Graham’s performance of “Lamentation” it made her able to release the sorrow and tension she had for her son.
Rockettes are known for having flawless legs, and I started to become leggy myself. I focused on my tap and jazz technique, just as the Rockettes do, while performing in national dance competitions and at many other events. At fifteen, as an experienced dancer at The Center of Creative Arts Dance Company, a friend invited me to audition with her for the Junior Rockettes in Chicago. When she backed out, my family drove me, and I joined 250 other girls in a line that wrapped around the building. For two exhausting days, I tapped hundreds of rhythms, executed several jazz routines, and high kicked enough that my hamstrings would never be the same.
When Jennifer was 15 years old, she meets her ten year long boyfriend David Cruz, know as “The best looking guy in the neighborhood”. Her parents did not approve of the relationship. Eventually they had outgrown the relationship, because David’s and her life were headed in a different direction, she also got lost in the Hollywood entertainment culture. Jennifer held multiple jobs, going to school during the day, dancing at night and kept a job, she was not home often. She even dropped out of college, because she knew she wanted to pursue dancing .
Abdul eventually dropped out of college to dance and choreograph full time. She was recruited by the Jacksons to choreograph their 1984 "Torture" video, the first in a long list of videos and movies she would later choreograph along the road. She branched out into singing with her first CD "Forever Your Girl" which had not good sales until the single "Straight Up" exploded onto the charts in December 1988 and she has been a popular singer dancer ever since. Nowadays, she organizes dance camps for young
In this production, Graham danced the role of an attacked Aztec maiden. Graham’s performance of the character was so beautifully emotional that she garnered much critical acclaim. Upon completing eight years at Denishawn, Graham left the institution in search of more experimen... ... middle of paper ... ...ce would be one of many creating a theme for Graham’s work, the successes and failures of great and ordinary women. Although age was beginning to become a factor for Graham, she continued dancing until 1969. Still, Graham never truly left the dance world, continuing to instruct and choreograph until her death in 1991.
Audrey Hepburn once said, “The most important thing is to enjoy your life - to be happy - it’s all that matters.” Audrey Hepburn has had a large impact on society for decades. Audrey was born under the name Edda Kathleen van Heemstra Hepburn-Ruston in Brussels Belgium on May 4th, 1929. She lived in England for most of her life until World War II forced her and her family to move to the Netherlands. As a child, she took ballet lessons and when she was older she finished her studies in London and Amsterdam. She then mastered dance and expanded into acting and modeling (Gutierrez-Folch).
Her parents warned her that if she started slacking on her work she’d be grounded from anything dance related and she was to only work on school. She had Nationals coming up so she was only focused on her routine. When her parents told her she was grounded from dance for two weeks she was extremely upset. Dance was all she ever did, she didn’t know what she’d do, she decided she’d work really hard to get her school work done and done well in those two weeks. Her parents were impressed on how well she was doing in school and allowed her to go back to dance Hazel was so
Her mother was very stubborn as she use to beat her in public even when she became a successfull actress. after her father left she was forced to find work due to financial crisis, the same crisis was the reason she never went to school. at the age of 4 she was selected as a child role in the film ""Hamraz(1967)"" which was a superhit movie of that time. After her first film she did many child's role before stepping into the big pictures. Sachin Pilgaonkar who also stepped into Bollywood as a child star, did many films with Sarika before marrying