Among the actorial forces related to the physical condition that the choreographic body experiences in live environments, a very important role is the one played by space, since the body must behave in the choreographic space according to its specific rules and conventions in terms, for example, of shapes, design, projection and other ways of choreographically
exploiting the relationship with the spatial dimension.
She explores the trends in health reform, women's rights, and expression that set the stage for the acceptance of expressive movement as an art; what populations supported this change; the most influential teachers and performers; and what was being taught in the schools and offered choreographically
to Boston's citizens.
As "She-Wolf of France," she is choreographically
transformed from Odette (delicate, suffering, male-dominated) to Odile (athletic, independent, imperious).
Any interconnections between Les noces and Le sacre--musically, choreographically
, or narrative-wise--are interesting to detect, especially given the wider historical, cultural, and artistic contexts that the two works inhabit.
(36) Their "improvisational" moments, while on the one hand requiring a sense of immediacy and connectedness (the "intensity" prized in his dancers) from the performers, on the other hand forced them to step outside the frame of their moving bodies to think choreographically
. (37) Choreography has traditionally tried to allow the performer to find space for the sense or affect of freedom within the choreographed performance; even in the eighteenth century, the early dance critic Jean-Georges Noverre called ballet "a living picture of the passions," warning that without "expression," it becomes "a cold and dreary spectacle," an imposed form without ecstatic content.
, the most obvious parallel to the scientific theory of chance is found in Merce Cunningham's work.
This form of dance at its most advanced level demands an externalized, exaggerated performance of gender roles, a mastery of highly stylized sartorial and gestural codes, and an understanding of conventionalized sociosexual narratives conveyed choreographically
. What, then, can the events in Chicago and Montreal reveal about international ballroom as a dance form?
, she folded European, Caribbean, African, and African American movements into her world renowned "Dunham Technique." (The Annual Dunham Technique Seminar, held in East St.
'I hoped I could be convincing choreographically
, if not in terms of speed and actual dynamic energy.
The third act of Contact--the "Girl in Yellow" section--is also coarse, and almost unbearably endless, but choreographically
it's an improvement.
The participation of Violette Verdy ("Emeralds"), Patricia McBride ("Rubies") and Suzanne Farrell ("Diamonds") has helped to make Miami's production of Jewels the most choreographically
persuasive and musically detailed version in the world.
"Musically and choreographically
it is more difficult, " chimes in Daria.