Tag Archive: story telling

Dance and the Human Form

I am a dancer. My body is my instrument. I take good care of it, it has treated me well. I have been dancing for the past twenty-five years. – Tim Persent Oh… Continue reading

Combining Dance and CGI

Oh look, I am becoming a regular blogger again. I am on a roll!!! Last Sunday, I spent roughly three hours straight watching dance videos on Vimeo and YouTube. Although it had been… Continue reading

Calling All Male Dancers. Feel free to cabriolé into my life

Here is a fun little fact. Views on my blog were abnormally high last Wednesday. Why? People were trying to find out more about Christopher Scott, light of my life and choreographer for… Continue reading

Not Your Normal Duet

Tomorrow I will be going to The Kennedy Center to see Ballet Across America. I know that once I come back, I will be very motivated to write a real blog post… Promise!… Continue reading

Celebrating the Earth through Dance

The Earth has music for those who listen. -George Santayana I know it has been quite some time since I have written a post for this blog. I will spare you my excuses… Continue reading

One billion women dancing is a revolution

There are 7 billion people on the planet. Half are women. One third of them are raped or beaten. Unless you live in a blissful little bubble in the middle of nowhere, I… Continue reading

Tap: The Underappreciated Dance Style

Shuffle step. Shuffle step. Shuffle step step shuffle step. That is the extent of my tap knowledge. Although many people start their dance journeys with a tap classes, it unfortunately seems as though… Continue reading

Artistic Pole Dancing: It’s Not Just for Women

And I am not referring to what can be found in the movie Magic Mike, starring Channing Tatum. I am referring to the performing art which is a combination of gymnastics and dance… Continue reading

Dance From Around the World: Africa

This post is slightly different from the ones I have written before. Today I am going for a little dance education. Earlier this week I went to the library and borrowed a few… Continue reading