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Dancing Alone Together
In this unprecedented time of isolation, Dancing Alone Together aims to be a central resource for the digital dance world that is beginning to bloom.
Join live online classes in Latin fusion, hip hop, breakdance, classic and contemporary dance — or share a class you’re teaching.
Watch filmed performances from companies and festivals around the world, including Jacob’s Pillow and francetv’s CultureBox.
Connect through weekly Choreographers & Coffee meetings and respond to calls for dancers to share videos of new work from home.
The Matter of Origins combines choreography, media and conversation. It addresses the physics and philosophy of beginnings and probes into the mind’s capacity to discover and comprehend the workings of matter at extremes of scale, from the quantum to the cosmic.
Following a stage performance that constituted Act One, each audience moved to a nearby venue for an Act Two “Tea,” which served up cake and conversation, prompted by a postmodern floor show of dance and hand-held media.
Moving Feels Good – a 20-second treat
Dusan Tynek Dance Theatre
Transparent Walls premiered in 2010 at New York Live Arts. It’s been seen on stages from coast to coast, toured in Europe, won choreographic competitions and was set on a number of college dance departments in the U.S.
Logbook. This dance premiered in 2013 at the National Theater in Novi Sad, Serbia. I consider it the middle section of a triptych of dances, the first being Transparent Walls. The piece is epic in scope but ultimately, it is an intimate portrayal of two beings trying to find each other despite different geographical and physical barriers and distances.
A Hand-Washing Dance
A creative and detailed demonstration of World Health Organization-approved hand-washing techniques, performed by the Ramaiah Memorial Hospital staff in Bengaluru, India in 2o18.