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Sexy Petra Nemcova, Glamorous Hofit Golan and the amazing Star jones dance together at the Prince Albert event in Cannes. You saw the exact Fab photo this week in US Weekly. Now here is the video from Celebrity Wire
7 Jul 2008
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Wednesday, September 10, 2008 Video is the "Text of Choice" for Dance, Twyla Tharp We were delighted to read that our favorite choreographer and longtime video artist Twyla Tharp will be honored in December with the Kennedy Center Lifetime Achievement Award along with rockers Pete Townsend/Roger Daltrey, Morgan Freeman, Barbra Steisand and country singer George Jones. The New York Times reports in today's editions: The choreographer Twyla Tharp, 67, was cited by Mr. Schwarzman as an “American original, whose work has indelibly enriched the vocabulary of modern dance, contemporary ballet and the Broadway musical.” In an interview Ms. Tharp said the honors were “a confirmation to people’s commitment to feeling” and to “the usefulness of the arts in America.” Last year, I spent time with Twyla talking about creativity and the role of video. I have reposted one in the series of interviews. Twyla speaks about the importance of video as both archive and as a teaching tool. She calls video the "true text of choice for dance." Congratulations Twyla! Oh, and btw, we danced together! -- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
11 Sep 2008
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Liz and Matthew show you how to dance together. The moves work with most first-dance wedding songs and require absolutely no dance ability whatsoever. The material in this video has been tested on thousands of uncoordinated couples over 11 years. Liz and Matthew show the basic steps plus a few extras, with closeups on the footwork.
10 Oct 2008
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Liz and Matthew show you how to dance together. The moves work with most first-dance wedding songs and require absolutely no dance ability whatsoever. The material in this video has been tested on thousands of uncoordinated couples over 11 years. Liz and Matthew show the basic steps plus a few extras, with closeups on the footwork.
10 Oct 2008
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Liz and Matthew show you how to dance together. The moves work with most first-dance wedding songs and require absolutely no dance ability whatsoever. The material in this video has been tested on thousands of uncoordinated couples over 11 years. Liz and Matthew show the basic steps plus a few extras, with closeups on the footwork.
10 Oct 2008
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Betty and I dancing together
14 Dec 2008
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One of the last dance 1cent and mun danced together in HighStreet5. Venue: KLCC, individual battle dance.
6 Apr 2009
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Elmo and Dora having a fun dance together.
15 Apr 2009
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From *******www.gaycenter****/out/ Out at the Center was on hand to tape the one of a kind dance performance art of the House of Ninja mixed here with the spoken word art of Emanuel Xavier. Benny Ninja and other members of the house talk about the passion they share for the art they create, the legacy of Willie Ninja, and the fellowship of dancing together. It all happened at the Jewish Community Center on the Upper West Side. Here are some highlights. This video excerpt is from Out at the Center, a TV show and video podcast of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of New York City. The show is made possible thanks to members of the Center and viewers like you. To find out more, join or donate go to: *******www.gaycenter****/support Distributed by Tubemogul.
28 Apr 2009
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Dance therapy - LYRICS: Arriving in the dance hall. Above, beneath and around my skin - the movement within + the music without. Flow. Flowing with the barefoot sounds of the beating drums. Flowing with the runaway flutes. Arms wave. Waves Armed. Waving from the shoulder to the finger tips. Pulsating with the drums, flowing with the bass. Spine now slowly wakes to the sounds, to the sounds of joy flowing through my arms. Feeling the music deep in my chest, my spine creeps around, circling itself while my back tries to keep up. Not to be left behind, a snakey shakey force enters my hips, twisting them slowly, opposing the spinal movement in a teasing and respectful flow. The feet and my head have now picked up a background wail of another voice. They dance together, moving to the guidance of that soulfully long sound. Breath flows through to all the new spaces made in my neck and feet. Hips and thighs rejoicing with a rush of oxygen and life force, celebrating to the music. Stress flows away, dances away, melts away. Snapping Unhooking Unlatching These sore joints of mine quickly and easily open up, becoming vulnerable to these faraway voices, teasing the stiffness out. My body in child like anticipation for the freedom to come, the freedom of movement The unhindered breath and joy rushing through my veins, a few moments ahead of my vibrating pulse. Smiling eyes, laughing cheeks, mischievous lips all join the joy. Breathe deeper and wider. Sweat now forming small dew drops on this morning lawn of my skin. The stirring of new spaces, of muscles and joints I haven't seen in years, like long lost and now found sandbox playmates. Wait! A thought appears, "Is this good for me?" This joy and life I feel are answer enough to that nagging mental question, masquerading as a caring friend. I know that wolf is the perfectionist inside. Ignoring thoughts, I just become aware of two things - my body and the musical vibrations that are flooding each atom of my existence and instigating excitement and freedom from within- like some underground rebel freedom fighter. The music starts to stir up some emotions and feelings that have been selfishly clenched deep in my muscles. A strain of sadness appears in the midst of this joyous dance, and I smile at it. Inviting it to stay and enjoy the celebration in silence. Expressed in movement through my body, the sadness has its moment of fame. Soon, it passes, leaving more freedom. Allowing my body to learn more about itself, trusting itself, exploring its boundaries. Allowing my mind to gently nudge awake all repressed emotions and feelings- expressing, releasing, freeing them from self inflicted bondage. The primordial form of expression crosses all borders of time, space, race, species. Allowing integration of mind and body, stirring the soul to awaken to life. Middle of the week. Middle of the afternoon. Sometimes middle of the night. Twirling Twisting Snaking Jump[ing Leaping Shaking my body. Who needs to break out of the chains of our systemic societal repression when freedom can be had in just a few feet of space and for just a song? Working out in a gym? Save it for a rainy day. The sweat pours down the body alive the mind cleared the emotions expressed the joy experienced, still experiencing Still. 5 minutes of stillness, in silence. The music has stopped. The song, sung. Back to my breath. Infinite space and now on to the next moment.
26 Aug 2009
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we danced together , when we finish highschool ,
28 Feb 2010
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A jewish male Hasidim and a Muslim female in a Hijab dance together. Choreography by Stephen Brotebeck. Dancing by Sarah Marchetti and Nathan Garland. Music and vocals by Adrian Harpham. Lyrics by Susan McIntosh, Adrian Harpham and Albert Wilking. Costumes by Karen Heimann. Edited by Albert Wilking.
4 Oct 2009
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