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    process of selection, construction and have been encoded with different preferences dependent on what will appeal the audience more (Miller). This media be thetare, live performance or a dance all targets the public at mass who enjoys watching it. The dance that had been the first, was divided in two parts. The dance demonstrated, the intense exploitation of the female sex and the desires that have been provoken forecefully by those who exploit the female sex in an attempt to get more attention from

  • The Dance

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    THE DANCE It was a dark, windy night and Stacey Browning was just finishing work at The Tree Stump Burger Barn. It wasn’t a busy night, so Stacy suggested that her heavily pregnant boss, Sarah, leave work early, and Stacey would clean and lock up. Stacey was trying to stretch her night out for as long as possible, because tomorrow night was the school dance, and she knew her mother wouldn’t make her go if she was too tired from a hard night at work. Stacey loathed the school dance because it was

  • Dance

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    no physical pleasure from the woman whom he commissions to dance for him) to pay in excess of four hundred dollars an hour for our company ? What exactly are exotic dancers selling ? Through extensive research, I have come to realize that s... ... middle of paper ... ...tertainment industry. It has also given me a new sense of what exotic dancers are actually “selling” at work. Sadly, they are selling far more than a quick exotic dance: many times, they are selling their values and their self

  • Dance

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    George Balanchine was born in St. Petersburg on Jan 22, 1904, into a very musical family and began studying the piano at age 5. He had a classical education in acting and dance training, beginning at age 9, from the Imperial Theater School in St. Petersburg. It was originally thought that young Georgi would become one of the Tsar's cadets, so it was with the thought that if things didn't work out at the ballet school he could always join the army. In fact, in his first year he was not at all thrilled

  • Dance: A Form Of Dance

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    Dance is a type of recreation that is great fun, exercise and sport. Dance is the movement of the body usually to rhythms or music. It is a form of expression and can even be considered a way of non verbal communication. What exactly dance is, depends on which culture you are speaking of. Dance can be competitive, ceremonial or even sensuous. But whatever you consider dance, all types had a beginning someplace, probably back in the time of the earliest humans. Back in 3300 BC artifacts have been

  • Dance Critique Of Dance

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    I am choosing to do my dance critique on the third dance, which is named “Ask and Tell”. This dance consisted of 2 male dancers along with two chairs as their props. They started dancing in the chair, using it as a platform to begin telling their story through dance. To begin, I can see that both the dancers displayed great posture, tall and erect when showing strength and hunched over when they are showing defeat. All the dance movements were in sync with one another; it was as if the two dancers

  • Gibney Dance: The Language Of Dance

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    Language of Dance Ruth St. Denis once said “I see dance being used as communication between body and soul, to express what it too deep to find for words.” In other words, dancing creates an inexpressible connection of ideas and variations that cannot be expressed through actual words. Dialogue can be seen in varies pieces of choreography between dancers and their narratives. Dancers are able to have a conversation within space, movement and interaction with one another. Gibney Dance presented two

  • Dance

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    that the pointe shoes and costumes that ballerinas wore were to restrictive. She began to dance in a way that seemed to be more natural to her. Her inspirations came from the movements of the tress, the ocean and other forms from nature. Her techniques included hopping, swaying, skipping and running. She felt these type of movements were natural and expressive. Also, the history of the Greeks inspired her to dance barefoot and wear tunics similar to those of Greek style. Isadora Duncan paved the way

  • Hip-Hop And Dance: The Success Of Dance

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    “If you dance with your heart, your body will follow” -Mia Michaels. The In every dance performance there are two things that must be present the dancers and music. When an audience sit to watch a dancer they are looking for an understanding through the dance, movement that analyze what a dancer is capable of doing. As a dancer for ten years and counting. I have done Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Hip-Hop and Gospel I have the opportunity to experience all and learn what makes an excellent dancer. For the

  • Dance

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    American Dance Theater. Born in Texas, Ailey faced intense racism and discrimination growing up. As a result he strove to created a multi-racial company where dancers were judged upon ability and not their race or background. This was groundbreaking since at the time racism led to limited opportunities for African American dancers. At 22 Ailey joined the Horton dance company where he would eventually become the artistic director after Horton’s passing. Ailey founded the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater