Monday, December 21, 2009
Sunday, December 20, 2009
There will be no class from Joh Camara today at the dance complex due to
the weather! Thanks, and stay warm.
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Thursday, December 10, 2009
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
From: susan allen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 8:55 PM
Subject: Susan's website
Hi, could you send some little notice of my website. It is all published. I am continuing to add products little by little.
Daniel will have passed 1 year come January 6, the anniversary. On the About Us tab on my site is a rememberance of him. Check it out. Maybe mention this on your notice.
Monday, December 07, 2009
Friday, December 04, 2009
Brown, Harvard, and Yale Universities unite for a diverse and exciting collaborative performance featuring works by acclaimed choreographers Twyla Tharp, Yvonne Rainer, Robert Battle, Trey McIntyre, and Lacina Coulibaly, as well as original student choreography. Don't miss this rare opportunity to see these talented students perform master works of modern and contemporary dance.
The highlight of the offerings from Brown University is Robert Battle's energetic, dynamic, and humorous Rush Hour, set to a percussive score by John Mackey. Brown will also present Michelle Bach-Coulibaly's Road Home, a poignant chronicle of life in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Yale University presents three dances: Yvonne Rainer's renowned Trio A, Twyla Tharp's intriguing and groundbreaking Torelli, and a new work by contemporary West African choreographer Lacina Coulibaly, who seeks to fuse European contemporary dance techniques with his traditional African dance roots.
Students from Harvard University will perform four works: a world premiere by innovative, engaging choreographer Trey McIntyre, a delightful, humorous return to prom nights by Boston choreographer Brenda Divelbliss, and two works by Harvard students, a powerful spectacle based on the Pygmalion myth, and a playful, rhythmic work set to the music of Tigger Benford.