I also hope to learn many different types of dance and understand where they developed. I like to hope that this class will help me learn to be more fluent with my motions and that I will be able to achieve the basic concept rhythm. I hope that through dance I will be able to use it as a stress reliever and that my body will take well to the new adventure it is about to endure. I’d like to take away new skills from the class and be able to use them to achieve fluent dance movements and become one with my body. I am excited to see the way in which my mind and body will connect together as one.
Aimy Day Modern Paper Nancy Lushington May O’Donnell Paper The May O’Donnell video showed various pieces of her company in the CBS network studio. The choreography very much correlated to the combinations our class practices every day in class. Her technique is very specific and each of her movements are very technical. The use of contraction, release and extension is prominent in her technique. In the video, the dance looked like it was very easy to execute but having already been in the technique class all year, it is amazing to know that doing the movements correctly is actually difficult.
“￼” was a really fun opening dance, it was full of inspiration and energy and got people interested and hooked to the show. “Time Out” was one of the most fun performances I thought, it was so silly and goofy. The dance had one female dancer on a chair playing around while she is supposed to be in time out, then there is a male dancer who is keeping an eye on her and keeping her in check. The
From my opinion this movie over a whole was great. Real reactions to real situation’s. It kept me interested with the kid’s witty banter towards their dance class as well as everything around them. To some people dance is just a hobby but to some of these kids it’s their dream to become a famous dancer, they would prefer this for their career when they grow up. Honestly my favorite part of the documentary would be when
She was then accepted to the University of Chicago in 1929 as an anthropology major in which she focused on dance. Dunham started her professional career when she formed a dance company named ‘Ballet Negre’. They had a debut performance at the annual Beaux Arts Ball in Chicago. In 1933 Dunham opened her first dance school in Chicago called The Negro Dance group. The dance school had great success which led her on to many successful years of dancing and choreographing.
Justin Gemoll – Justin’s assessment score is ENFP. The relationship theory would apply to Justin because he provides inspiration, helps others and wants everyone to reach their full potential/ My leadership plan for Justin is for him to participate in strategy development and implementation. Mai Yang – Mai’s assessment score is ISTJ. The leadership theory that would best apply to Mai is the relationship theory because she is focused on the performance of group members, and she has high ethical and moral standards. My leadership plan for Mai is that she assists in the market research, development, and implementation of strategy Leroy Washington – My personality assessment score is ISTP.
In the movie, Mad Hot Ballroom, Public Schools in New York came together to compete in a dance called ballroom dance. In Ballroom dance, two persons move their body and hold hands together. Alex Tchassov of PS 150 defined ballroom dance as “a dialogue between a gentleman and a lady”. There are many types of ballroom dancing but the ones the schools competed on were Tango from Argentina, Rumba from Cuba, Foxtrot and Swing from America, and Merengue from Dominican Republic. The main purpose of my writing is to compare two schools namely PS 150 and PS 115.
I am here to stay! All the experiences I’ve had with Ms. Melinda have been fun, challenging and thrilling! I’ve always had so much fun in my dance classes! It’s just the right place for me to have fun and let go. I really need that now as I’m in high school and there are more challenges than before.
We should educate ourselves a little about Mexican Folklore. What I’m more passionate about is dancing. Since I was a little girl I’ve been dancing in all the parties, family reunions, clubs, and about anywhere there is music. I believe rhythm is in my blood. I think everyone as a children has the dream of one day to become someone famous in life.