Art or practice of designing sequences of movements of physical bodies
Three sailors walk into a podcast studio… and chat with Hear the Dance host and Principal Dancer Jared Angle about Jerome Robbins' first ballet, Fancy Free, choreographed on the American Ballet Theatre in 1944. Fellow Principal Dancers Tyler Angle, Daniel Ulbricht, and Andrew Veyette describe the importance of developing their individual characters—the “shy” midwestern farm boy, the short-fused “tough guy,” and the “cool” know-it-all, respectively—and the camaraderie they share, recalling the collaboration between Robbins and composer Leonard Bernstein, who were just 25 years old when they created the work. (54:44) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major (1931) by Igor Stravinsky Fancy Free (1944) by Leonard Bernstein All music performed by the New York City Ballet Orchestra
On this week's episode, Wyatt chats with Chris Davis, currently the Associate Artistic Director of Wilmington Ballet Academy of the Dance. Chris Davis performed on Broadway in Guys and Dolls, The Life, Peter Pan, and many more. You may have seen him on TV, appearing in shows such as Saturday Night Live, Sex and the City, the TV Guide Awards, and more. They talk about how Chris went from cheer to broadway to Associate Artistic Director and how important collaboration is when making art. Follow Wilmington Ballet Academy of Dance on insta: @wilmingtonballetOverture: Opening: I Hope I Get It - A Chorus Line (New Broadway Cast Recording (2006))
This is a new solo episode with Iana! Sharing 10 practical tips that I use to memorize choreographies faster. These tips will be especially useful during workshop settings, when you need to learn a dance piece within very limited amount of time.Show Notes to this episode:Follow Iana on Instagram, FB, and Youtube . Check out her online classes and intensives at the Iana Dance Club.Check out Stackable Drills for your daily practice at www.stackabledrills.com.Details and training materials for the BDE castings are available at www.JoinBDE.comFind information on how you can support Ukraine and Ukrainian belly dancers HERE.Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podcast
In this week's New Combinations episode, host and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan talks fearlessness and phoenixes with choreographer Keerati Jinakunwiphat, whose first commission for the Company premieres this winter. Keerati traces her path from growing up in Chicago, to studying at SUNY Purchase, to dancing with A.I.M by Kyle Abraham, and choreographing for NYCB; as she shares, the Company dancers' openness to and hunger for the new movement style she brings to the studio has been an inspiration. (26:07) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: "Sisyphus" by Andrew Wegman Bird Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. as agent for Muffet Music Co
Guests - Amie Bush and Jen GaraffaHosted By - Courtney Ortiz and Lesley MealorIn Episode 129 of Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast, we're discussing the prevalence of stealing competitive choreography with special guests Amie Bush, dance educator and choreographer, and IDA judge and dance educator Jen Garaffa.Topics Include: Why choreography is stolen in the first place Tips to prevent stolen choreography The fine line between stealing and paying tribute*Making the Impact does not give legal advice - please consult a legal professional if you are seeking copyright information for your choreography.Help support our podcast. Join Making The Impact's Platinum Premium Subscription today! Your membership includes:Monthly Q&A episodes released to members-onlyPriority to have your questions answered each month on the live Q&A.Ad-free listening for all of Season 4. No sponsored ads!20% off all IDA MerchandiseExclusive bonus content released throughout the yearYour support helps us produce future episodes of Making The Impact for years to come!Making The Impact's Platinum Premium - Sign up now for only $5/month! Follow your Hosts & Guests!Courtney Ortiz - @courtney.ortizLesley Mealor - @miss.lesley.danceAmie Bush - @theofficialamiebush Jen Garaffa - @JengaraffaThis episode is sponsored by:Level Up Dance Supplies - Dance gear and Dance bags! Receive $10 off Level Up branded products with code: IMPACT10Check out our IDA Affiliated Competition and Sponsor: Just Dance Invitational Join our FREE Facebook Group and connect with us! Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast Community Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! We would love to hear from you! Join our Newsletter for weekly episode releases straight to your inbox! Follow Impact Dance Adjudicators on social media @impactdanceadjudicators and for a list of IDA Affiliated dance competitions, visit our website at www.impactdanceadjudicators.comSupport the show
SAMANTHA MOORE - Choreographer The effervescent and talented choreographer Samantha Moore (LA LA LAND, SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK, DANCING WITH THE STARS) joins us in conversation for this episode of The Team Deakins Podcast. Samantha's enthusiasm is infections, and her knowledge of dance is vast. She walks us through the ways she designs a dance for a single camera shoot, and how her methods change on a multiple camera one. We also dig into some of her most iconic work, including the stupendous twilight at Griffith Park sequence she arranged for Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. We also spend some quality time gushing over the persistent genius of CABARET, and why it's one of the all-time greats! Listen In! Available now!
Hear the Dance host and Principal Dancer Jared Angle dives into the unique challenges and special rewards of dancing George Balanchine's Allegro Brillante with Principal Dancer Tiler Peck. Tiler shares memories of learning the work from the late legendary Repertory Director and former Soloist Susie Hendl and reveals why she feels as though this ballet, which she describes as one of the hardest to dance in the repertory, was made for her. (35:58) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major (1931)by Igor Stravinsky, Piano Concerto No. 3 in E-flat major, Op. 75 (1892) by Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky
Claude Racine Valinsky has found professional success in several areas in her life including Dance, Choreography, Sales, and Wellness Coaching. Using her unique mix of no-bullshit coaching, fitness, and nutrition consultation, she is helping hundreds of women get the results they desire. Loved having her on the show. https://www.instagram.com/glowupwithc... https://link.acceleratedbusinesssyste... Special Thanks - Fewwillhunt.com - Code "JBP" saves you 15% fellowshipbrand.com - Code "JBP" saves you 10% This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
Rachel Cossar is the CEO and Co-founder of Virtual Sapiens, a machine learning SaaS platform that helps client-facing professionals develop and amplify their communication skills and presence in a virtual world. As a former professional ballet dancer and gymnast with unparalleled expertise in nonverbal communication and live performance, Rachel has a knack for translating unique skills into relatable business skills and competencies. In response to a need for holistic communication and presence training in the workplace, Rachel founded Choreography For Business, LLC. Her thought leadership has been featured on the TEDx Northeastern stage, Harvard Business Review, and The Boston Globe, to name a few, and she has worked with leaders, including GE, Pfizer, and Accenture. In this episode… One of the key characteristics of a strong leader is the ability to adapt and overcome. This process looks different for everyone, but in the case of Rachel Cossar, it turned into an entirely new career path. Rachel was a professional ballet dancer for the Boston Ballet until an injury kept her from performing. Once realizing there was a world of possibility outside of ballet waiting for her, she discovered that she had a talent for communication, understanding her audience, and engaging in conversation. Especially with the onset of the pandemic, Rachel found there was a real need for people to be able to communicate effectively. The virtual world requires a combination of verbal and nonverbal skills, so using her skills in communication and leadership, she found a new field and went on to start a thriving company. Her experience has led to incredible insights — now, she shares those with others. In this episode of Next Wave Leadership, Dov Pollack invites Rachel Cossar, the CEO and Co-founder of Virtual Sapiens, to talk about her journey and how she successfully started her business. They talk about her background in gymnastics and ballet, how she developed her talent for communication, and how she found a new business niche. Additionally, they touch on the work Virtual Sapiens is doing and how they operate as a sidekick for other companies.
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ON THE TOWN Music by Leonard Bernstein | Book & Lyrics by Betty Comden & Adolph Green | Based on an Idea by Jerome Robbins Works Consulted & Reference :On the Town (Original Libretto) by Betty Comden & Adolph Green"Innocents on Broadway" by Adam Green in the November 2014 issue of Vanity Fair Broadway: The American Musical (PBS) Music Credits:"Overture" from Dear World (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jerry Herman | Performed by Dear World Orchestra & Donald Pippin"The Speed Test" from Thoroughly Modern Millie (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Jeanine Tesori, Lyrics by Dick Scanlan | Performed by Marc Kudisch, Sutton Foster, Anne L. Nathan & Ensemble"Why God Why" from Miss Saigon: The Definitive Live Recording (Original Cast Recording / Deluxe) | Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, Lyrics by Alain Boublil & Richard Maltby Jr. | Performed by Alistair Brammer"Back to Before" from Ragtime: The Musical (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music by Stephen Flaherty, Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens | Performed by Marin Mazzie"Chromolume #7 / Putting It Together" from Sunday in the Park with George (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim | Performed by Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, Judith Moore, Cris Groenendaal, Charles Kimbrough, William Parry, Nancy Opel, Robert Westenberg, Dana Ivey, Kurt Knudson, Barbara Bryne"What's Inside" from Waitress (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Sara Bareilles | Performed by Jessie Mueller & Ensemble"Act 1: Opening: New York , New York” from On The Town (Studio Cast Recording (1960)) | Music by Leonard Bernstein | Lyrics by Betty Comden & Adolph Green | Performed by Leonard Bernstein, Michael Kermoyan, Adolph Green, John Reardon, Cris Alexander, On the Town Ensemble (1960), & On the Town Orchestra (1960) "Maria" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Evadne Baker, Anna Lee, Portia Nelson, Marni Nixon"My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music (Original Soundtrack Recording) | Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II | Performed by Julie Andrews"Corner of the Sky" from Pippin (New Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz | Performed by Matthew James Thomas“What Comes Next?” from Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording) | Music & Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda | Performed by Jonathan Groff
It's got Toyland in the name, but we ain't playin' around! For our final recording session in the stooge, long time listener/long time lurker Jack Spratarie joins the boys (aka Deef Be Nimble, Deef Be Quick and Little Boy Blown) for an exhaustive (and exhausting) tour of Mother Goose's village and its surrounding metro area. Colors! Schemes! Math! Mimes! Sheep! Choreography! And apparently something about Christmas somewhere in here? Tune in for Deefy's last in person episode!
Diana Garnik is the director of DiDance Studio in Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine. She was winner of the AlHayat Festival, recipient of the 3rd place at Raqs of Course Festival by Randa Kamel, and many other competitions. Diana is famous for her dynamic modern Iraqi performances, just as much as her love for Khalidji, shaabi, tabla solo, mejance, classical and lyrical songs. You may really enjoy having your next show choreographed by Diana.In this episode you will learn about:- How stress influences creativity- Overcoming creative blocks- Creating choreos for yourself vs for others - Preparing workshop choreographies- Starting teaching activities at 12 years-oldShow Notes to this episode:Follow Diana Garnik on FB, YouTube, and Instagram.Details and training materials for the BDE castings are available at www.JoinBDE.comCheck out Stackable Drills for your daily practice at www.stackabledrills.com.Follow Iana on Instagram, FB, and Youtube . Check out her online classes and intensives at the Iana Dance Club.Find information on how you can support Ukraine and Ukrainian belly dancers HERE.Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podcast
Conner Lundius has been a dancer since the age of 5. She danced competitively for almost a decade, and continued to dance through college. At the age of 22, she was injured in a car crash, and sustained a L2 spinal cord injury. It was then that she found the Rollettes dance team and decided to keep dancing! Since 2019, Conner has been dancing and choreographing for the Rollettes, where she also serves as a team captain.
A fresh season of City Ballet The Podcast kicks off with New Combinations host and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan in conversation with Repertory Director Craig Hall, Company Pianist Craig Baldwin, and Principal Dancer Chun Wai Chan. Each is intimately involved in the development of Justin Peck's Copland Dance Episodes, NYCB's first non-narrative, evening-length work since Balanchine's 1967 piece Jewels. As Baldwin, Chan, and Hall relate, the experience of taking part in this momentous creation is one rich with the beauty and distinctly American qualities of Copland's music, and the sense of unfettered humanity and community in Peck's choreographic process. (44:50) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: "Sisyphus" by Andrew Wegman Bird Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. as agent for Muffet Music Co "Fanfare for the Common Man" (1942), "Rodeo" (1942), "Billy the Kid" (1938), "Appalachian Spring" (1944) by Aaron Copland Performed by Craig Baldwin
Dr. Maia Dorsett joins us again! You may remember her from the Thinking: Lift Assist episode. This time she shares what she knows about the process of death notification. It's a passion-topic for her because she knows how important these conversations are for the loved ones of patients who have died... and for us. She frames a death notification as a procedure that can be taught, learned and practiced. NAEMSP Article Bite #33: Is Death Notification Training associated with decreased burnout among EMS professionals This YouTube video was made by the Monroe-Livingston EMS Region at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in anticipation of the rise of out-of-hospital death. Paper outlining The GRIEV_ING algorithm in the Prehospital Emergency Care journal.
This weeks special guest Big Court The Last Dragon (sometimes listed as Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon) is a 1985 American martial arts comedy film produced by Rupert Hitzig for Berry Gordy and directed by Michael Schultz. The film stars Taimak, Vanity, Julius Carry, Christopher Murney, Keshia Knight Pulliam, and Faith Prince. Choreography was created by Lester Wilson and Lawrence Leritz. The Last Dragon was released in theaters by TriStar Pictures on March 22, 1985. The film was a financial success despite a mixed reception by critics, and is considered a cult classic. In New York City, Leroy Green (also known as "Bruce Leeroy") has dreams of becoming a great martial artist like his idol Bruce Lee. His master explains that he has reached the final level of martial arts accomplishment known as "The Last Dragon." Martial artists who reach this final level are said to be able to concentrate such mystical energy into their hands that they begin to glow. Only a true martial arts master would be able to exhibit "The Glow" over his entire body. Leroy doesn't fully understand and, in possession of a medal supposedly belonging to Bruce Lee, Leroy embarks upon a spiritual journey to find Master Sum Dum Goy, whom his master claims can help Leroy unlock the power of "The Glow."BlackBusters is a podcast focused on reviewing, celebrating, re-living and critiquing Black film. From the movies we all know and love to those hidden gems, there is no movie too big or small to be praised or roasted. Join our hosts Director/Comedian/Actor @biggjah and movie/podcast connoisseur Tony Price as they explore the legacy, impact and influence of Black cinema.
In this episode I talk with performer, choreographer, writer, dramaturg and facilitator Orrow Bell about transitions in life and work, queer politics, and how they are ready to show up for their trans siblings. In the past Bells' performance work has raised the issue of visibility for queer people - particularly those who identify as women and afab - in the contemporary dance sector and has done so with humour and generosity. As well as looking at Bells performance 'The Forecast' from 2019, we ask where are they now and discuss how to create spaces where empathy and learning can happen. Bells voice is an important one for creatives from all disciplines. Listen up and show up! As always, I am joined by recent Dance & Choreography graduate and dance teacher Luca Vaccari to digest some of the themes from the interview. There is no geek out this time but plenty of wonderful starting points for further research...
Town Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, firstname.lastname@example.org or @townsquaretalk. ISHIDA Dance was named one of the “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine. Artistic director and choreographer Brett Ishida discusses how the company blends contemporary dance with theatrical elements and their upcoming performances based on original poetic narratives. ISHIDA Dance presents an evening of world premieres, including stirs up still things, January 5 - 8, 2023, at MATCH. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here. If you made a New Year's resolution to lose weight or eat healthier but aren't sure how or where to start, we talk with registered dietician Amy Goodson who offered tips on how to get started, methods for sticking with these habits, and simple alternatives so you can still eat your favorite foods. Guests: Brett Ishida Artistic Director, ISHIDA Dance Amy Goodson Registered Dietitian Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics Town Square with Ernie Manouse is a gathering space for the community to come together and discuss the day's most important and pressing issues. We also offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, and other apps
We had the opportunity to interview choreographer and director Frank Gatson Jr. During his career, Frank has served as the creative director for many artists, including En Vogue, Jennifer Lopez, Usher, Destiny's Child, Toni Braxton and Beyonce. Frank is now partnering with the YWCA Southeast Wisconsin to create a reimagined YWCA. The Intergenerational Performing Arts and Athletics Center (IPAAC), a 70,000 square-foot facility, will be located in his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and will offer movement & dance, athletics, singing, career expos and state-of-the-art studios. In celebration of the center's launch, Gatson will host the YWCA Gala and Awards ceremony on Wednesday, December 28, at the Marcus Performing Arts Center to raise funds. En Vogue, Brandy and Luke James will be among some of the artists performing. During our in-depth conversation, we discussed Frank's dance history and his involvement in IPAAC. We also discuss how he first met Cindy Herron, how he became En Vogue's longtime choreographer, the EV5 reunion, and so much more. This is only part one of our conversation. Keep an eye out for part two when Part of Us returns next year. We dive even deeper into everything En Vogue. For more information on the Intergenerational Performing Arts and Athletics Center (IPAAC), visit ywcasew.org & isupportthemission.org and please consider donating. We thank those of you who have rated and reviewed Part of Us: An En Vogue Fancast on Apple Podcasts. If you haven't already, please consider leaving a rating, a review and subscribing. Your support goes a long way in helping us to grow our community and reach more listeners. For even more content on En Vogue, visit us on Twitter @PartofUsFancast and on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube @envoguecraze Your feedback is always appreciated. Send comments, questions and topic suggestions to: email@example.com Music by: Wolves and Vincent Tone Produced & edited by Matthew at Culture Inject Studios.
Dance Choreography for Community Theatre: Bob Marzola sits down with Kyle and Ron, to discuss the specific joys and challenges associated with choreographing community theatre shows, that consist of multiple experience levels. Bob also explains how he came to have a passion for dance, and he initially became a choreographer for so many local productions
Arthur Gourounlian (@gourounlian) is an Armenian-born professional dancer, choreographer and television personality, and most recently one of the three judges on Dancing with the Stars Ireland. Arthur has performed and toured with some of the most beloved performers of recent time, from Bananarama to Beyoncé, Pink to Kylie Minogue, and many more. After a successful career as a dancer, he went on to take a leading role in casting, coaching, movement directing and choreographing music videos, world tours, media campaigns, and trade/fashion shows for Christian Louboutin, Diesel, Puma, Jean-Paul Gaultier among others. He has also appeared on television and movies, fashion shows, and advertising campaigns himself, and performed in Britain's Got Talent, Celebrity X Factor, the Brit Awards and The Royal Variety Show.Arthur and Anne met in 2010 when she was working for Christian Louboutin. They collaborated on a project for online platform Fashionair, when Arthur trained Christian for his first and only dance performance, which culminated in a viral video that saw the famous shoe designer tap dance his way in a dream sequence on a London stage. In this conversation, Arthur shares with Anne his harrowing journey from Armenia to Belgium as a refugee with his family, escaping the war when he was just twelve years old. Then how, while their refugee status was still being decided, his family was rocked by the death of his father. Shortly after, young Arthur left for Brussels to try his hand at hairdressing, only to find himself being picked out of the crowd and selected as a dancer. From there, Arthur discusses his many surprises and successes, how he went from Milan to London, and made his mark on the dance scene as a performer before turning to choreography and creative direction. Arthur dreamt of making it big, an homage to his father, and moving away from the refugee status he carried as an adolescent. The successful and charismatic personality is also the other half of one of Ireland's most beloved celebrity couples, as he is married to Big Brother alumni/star Brian Dowling. The two of them recently welcomed their first child into the world, Blake Maria Rose, and Arthur shares the ups and downs that have led to this most joyous moment. Arthur's story is quite unlike any other. As Anne reflects to him, it's epic enough to be hinting at Joseph Campbell's hero's journey. A sparkling, touching and deeply positive interview with someone who will certainly light up your day. Happy listening.Favourite quote of the episode: ‘I only keep things that Arthur wants to keep because I only keep what I think is best for me. Why would I listen to you? It's your journey. I want to create my own journey.' ***You can out more about Arthur on his website: http://arthurgourounlian.com/IG - https://www.instagram.com/gourounlian/Facebook - Arthur Gourounlian - https://www.facebook.com/arthurgourounlianand his Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/arthurgourounlianand Vimeo - https://vimeo.com/arthurgourounlianThe Fashionair film Dancer in a Day Dream featuring Christian Louboutin and Arthur - https://youtu.be/esXVbslAvVYThe making of the film - https://youtu.be/ZxwocNpdl4QYou can also discover Arthur's new venture, AG Socks - https://theagofficial.com/products/the-gourounlianNotre Dame de Paris, the musical - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Notre-Dame_de_Paris_(musical)Sous le Soleil TV show -https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0172057/The podcast Mamia & Me featuring Arthur and his husband Brian Dowling - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/dont-wake-the-baby-with-brian-dowling/id1570246269?i=1000559798535The blooper real with Arthur and Brian touching up their hair - https://youtu.be/MPMxXk0usVIThe song 'Maniac' by Michael Sambello - https://open.spotify.com/track/7CML07e8m56LrmgkC4Bl3Z?si=9462b40d81fb4e98Dancing with the Stars Ireland - https://www.rte.ie/tv/programmes/dancing-with-the-stars/***If you enjoyed this episode, click subscribe for more, and consider writing a review of the show on Apple Podcasts, we really appreciate your support and feedback. And thank you so much for listening! For all notes and transcripts, please visit Out Of The Clouds on Simplecast - https://out-of-the-clouds.simplecast.com/ Sign up for Anne's email newsletter for more from Out of the Clouds at https://annevmuhlethaler.com. Follow Anne: Twitter: @annvi IG: @_outoftheclouds
Anastasia Johnson is a dance artist, teacher, and choreographer born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. After receiving her B.A in Dance along with a PreK-12 Virginia Teaching Licensure in Dance Arts from James Madison University in 2017, Johnson relocated to further her artistry in the DMV area. Currently, she holds the title as Energizers Afterschool Club Manager and Teaching Artist at Dance Place in Washington, DC, as well as, a Dance Teacher at MacArthur Middle School in Anne Arundel County. Since relocating, Johnson has performed with companies and artists such as, Choreographers Collaboration Project, VT Dance Company, Extreme Lengths Production, Rachel Luebbert, Juanita Dance Company, Contra-Tiempo, and Coyaba Dance Company, and New Growth Collective. Recently, Johnson has been developing her own dance company called A.J. Collabs (AJC), who has had the opportunity to perform at the 2019 Small Plates Festival, Works In Progress Showing, Ascending Choreographer's Festival,National Choreography Month DC, Black Choreographer Festival, and Coalescence: A Visual and Performing Arts Showing (a presentation series created by Anastasia Johnson, Molly-Kate Buchalter, and Kaitlin Pennington). AJC uses the vehicle of movement to address the social and cultural issues by integrating various performing arts forms to create fascinating yet relatable experiences for the audience.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture. To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory. SPONSORSDoubledutch Boutique: Boutique featuring a curated selection of modern, retro-inspired women's designer clothing. Check out the shop's gifts for holidays for him/her, including items from local makers and new modern lines from abroad and as well as vintage treasures by going to doubledutchboutique.com ★ Support this podcast ★
Just like a well-run music show, symphony or ballet, there are many moving parts that need to come together in a synchronized manner in order for your retirement plan to run without a hitch. Show website: https://www.providencefinancialpodcast.com Find us at: www.providencefinancialinc.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AnthonySaccaro/featured Radio: https://www.providencefinancialradio.com Yelp: https://www.yelp.com/biz/providence-financial-and-insurance-services-inc-woodland-hills Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Providence.FinancialInc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnthonySaccaro LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonysaccaro/
Alexander Whitley is a British renowned choreographer trained in classical ballet that has formed his own company and is working and exploring the topics of our current moment, consciousness and our interaction with technology. We speak of the potential for us to process complexity through other languages than the spoke word. What happens, what shifts and what becomes possible through the implicit? That which contains lots of room for interpretation? We also speak of what is the nature of the relationship of art and what does it mean to have to fund art (to make contributions visit the company's webpage) as well as new formats for dance and art (check that out on the website too). Wonderfully rich and deep conversation in words but addressing something else altogether with an invitation to look at dance through the lens of a dancer. Enjoy. Host Amit Paul
During the Christmas season, we are bringing you a super special series, “Stories of Faith & Transformation.” Our guest for part one is professional dancer Kevyn Butler. Kevyn shares a powerful story of transformation in his life!Kevyn has worked with Ad Deum Dance Company, Oakland Ballet, Störling Dance Theater, Zion Dance Project, Ronald K. Brown, EVIDENCE, a dance company and is a current member of Bruce Wood Dance in Dallas, TX. Kevyn started out in visual art and discovered a love of dance in high school. During his time training to be a professional dancer in New York City, he really started searching for his true identity, and he ended up on an EPIC faith journey! I loved hearing from Kevyn about how his view of dance has shifted over the years and about the power of truly loving others. I was so moved by this conversation with Kevyn, and I believe you will be inspired and moved as well!*Disclaimer: we do talk about some heavy topics during this episode. If you typically listen with young ears in the room/car, you may want to listen to this episode alone first.*Check out our website http://creativeimpactpodcast.com for the full show notes that include Kevyn's biography and additional links mentioned in this episode. You can be sure not to miss a Creative Impact conversation by subscribing through your favorite podcast app. We are so grateful to have you as a part of the Creative Impact community and would love it if you would share the show with your friends!Support the show
KRISTI COLE kristicole.com Kristi Cole (she/her) is a Queer, Queens-based performer and choreographer with a Bachelors of Arts in Dance and Political Science from The George Washington University where she received the Elizabeth Burtner Theatre & Dance Award for her excellence as a performer, as well as a Luther Rice Research Fellowship. In 2019, she founded Kristi Cole & Guests with the mission of bringing together artists to create powerful and thought- provoking interdisciplinary work. Her stage and film work has been presented in the tri-state area and Atlanta, Georgia as well as in Toronto, Canada. MAX COKER Max Coker is a digital audio/visual performer and installation artist based in Brooklyn with a background in radio, sculpture, and software engineering. Education includes media studies, new media art, engineering and computer science from Stony Brook University and Brooklyn College. As an artist's assistant to collaborative duo LoVid based on Long Island, Max gained skills and knowledge of video technology and paradigms of video art performance. Performances fill spaces with improvised sound mixing and real time video composite projections using an amalgamation of custom software and a collection of found sound and video.
Alex Debrie and Bob Haffner recap their favorite announcements from 2022 re:Invent #data #dataengineering #aws Connect with Alex Twitter: @alexbdebrie Blog: alexdebrie.com Book: dynamodbbook.com Connect with Bob Twitter - @bobhaffner LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/bobhaffner Top Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/top-announcements-of-aws-reinvent-2022/ Yan Cui's Choreography vs Orchestration blog post https://theburningmonk.com/2020/08/choreography-vs-orchestration-in-the-land-of-serverless/
In this episode Jason Larkins interviews Edwin Melendez of Win Choreography. Edwin gives his opinion on the state of cheerleading, what he misses about the good ole days, the reason why he decided to leave coaching for full time choreography, and what issues he deals with as a full time choreography. If you're new, thank you for joining us, be sure to subscribe so that you never miss out on another episode.
Fascinated by the patterns and politics of crowds, Sarah Friedland choreographed and directed CROWDS, a three-channel video installation. Friedland presented CROWDS as an in-person experience in 2019 at La MaMa Galleria as part of Performa19 and the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Then in 2021, she presented it digitally at the University of Rochester and American Dance Festival.Sydney Burrows reported this episode. UnSequenced is produced and hosted by Stephanie Wolf. Joe Kye composed the UnSequenced theme music. Additional editing by Candice Thompson. CROWDS was produced by Brighid Greene and Sarah Friedland. An Art Factory International Production. Cinematography by Luca Nervegna. Sound Design by Denera James and Assaf Gidron.
Guests - Melissa McGhee and Carsen RoweHosted By - Courtney Ortiz and Lesley MealorIn Episode 122 of Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast, Courtney and Lesley dive into the (unknown to them) world of college dance teams! Special guests Carsen Rowe, founder of Tribe 99 Choreography, and Melissa McGhee, coach of the 9x national champion Ohio State University dance team, lead the conversation about this side of the dance industry!Topics Include: The differences and similarities in the training that goes into preparing for dance teams and other kinds of dance Recruitment strategies and how to audition for a dance team Breaking down the circuits and divisions of dance teams for all agesHelp support our podcast. Join Making The Impact's Platinum Premium Subscription today! Your membership includes:Monthly Q&A episodes released to members-onlyPriority to have your questions answered each month on the live Q&A.Ad-free listening for all of Season 4. No sponsored ads!20% off all IDA MerchandiseExclusive bonus content released throughout the yearYour support helps us produce future episodes of Making The Impact for years to come!Making The Impact's Platinum Premium - Sign up now for only $5/month! Follow your Hosts & Guests!Courtney Ortiz - @courtney.ortizLesley Mealor - @miss.lesley.danceCarsen Rowe - @carsen.rowe, @tribe.99.choreoMelissa McGhee - @mmcghee65Check out our guest's current projects! TRIBE 99 is beginning our annual search to find professional choreographers to be represented by the dance team industry's largest and most sought-after choreography agency - CHOREO-CONNECT. Click here to subscribe to Tribe99's choreographer email list to get all the upcoming 2023 application information!This episode is sponsored by:FAVE4 Haircare - High-performing hair products built for the stage!Use code: IMPACT15 at checkout to receive 15% off your first order!Liberate Artists A dance and performing arts organization that builds confidence and promotes social growth in young people through inclusive, non-competitive dance experiences.Receive $500 off an upcoming 2023 experience! Email firstname.lastname@example.org and mention "Making The Impact!" Join our FREE Facebook Group and connect with us! Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast Community Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! We would love to hear from you! Join our Newsletter for weekly episode releases straight to your inbox! Follow Impact Dance Adjudicators on social media FAVE4 Haircare High-performing haircare built for the stage! Receive 15% off your first order! Use Code: IMPACT15Liberate Artists An organization that promotes social growth through inclusive, non-competitive dance experiences.Support the show
There is a temptation to see time spent on one area of your life as a waste. I would agree... If you stay there. However, if you switch from one area to another it is no longer a waste of time - it's cross training. Choreography done in My socials: YouTube IG TikTok Facebook
Without a doubt, we are thankful that Artem is sitting in on this week's episode of the Bellas Podcast! It's been a busy few weeks for everyone; Nikki & Brie have been running around the country doing photo shoots, podcast tapings, and celebrating their birthdays, while Artem has been winding down season 31 of Dancing with the Stars. The three of them Open Up with thoughts on getting older, what makes them happy now, and cooking assignments for Thanksgiving dinner. Brie wants to embrace all of Thanksgiving before decorating for Christmas and got some sticker shock when she was looking to spread some holiday cheer in her neighborhood. Then Artem gets into being eliminated from Dancing with the Stars, what the viewers didn't get to see on the show, how Heidi D'Amelio really impressed him on the dance floor and his frustrations with going home earlier than he wanted. And now that Len is leaving, could we see Judge Artem giving out scores every Monday night on the show??? Nikki and Artem also talk about the joy of being newlyweds and seeing a different side of Artem on “Nikki Bella Says I Do” when it airs on E! early next year. The episode closes out with Artem's pick for Inspiration & Affirmation, which Nikki & Brie definitely connect with. Then the three of them go around and share what they're all grateful for this Thanksgiving. Check out the all-new Bellas Podcast merch at BellasPodcast.com! Watch Nikki on the season premiere of Barmageddon, Monday, December 5th on USA Network 9pm ET/PT. Follow Artem on Instagram Call The Bellas at 855-3BELLAS and leave a voicemail! Follow Nikki & Brie on Instagram. To watch exclusive videos of this week's episode, follow The Bellas Podcast on Instagram, Facebook, and Tik Tok!
For the concluding conversation of this season of The Rosin Box, hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are joined by NYCB Principal Dancer Adrian Danchig-Waring, who also serves as the artistic director for the New York Choreographic Institute. The three share memories of their individual experiences with Institute sessions since its launch in 1999, reflecting on the importance of time and space to experiment both for the burgeoning choreographers involved (whose ranks include Justin Peck, Alexei Ratmansky, and Christopher Wheeldon, among many others) and for the dancers cast for each creatively-rewarding and educational two-week period. (57:26) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: "Je ne t'aime plus" by Pink Martini Courtesy of Pink Martini & Heinz Records
Through the use of sound, video and AI in a 360 immersive projection-and-sound environment, "Possible Worlds" uses technology to deconstruct identity and gaze. This immersive dance performance will be performed this Friday, November 18th, 2022 @ 3 pm at CRAIVE LAB (Center for Cognition, Communication & Culture). HMM's Sina Basila Hickey spoke with Mercedes Searer, Direction, Choreography and Performance; Bibiana Med, Video Installation and Film; and Lara de Bruijn, Costume and Fabric Design to find out more. Not in the studio: Michael Kammers, Musical Composition, Sound Engineer; and david allen, Ai Development. Possible Worlds is fiscally sponsored by NYFA and made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, City Artist Corps, CRAIVE LAB Center for Cognition, Communication & Culture and Samuel Vincent.
This week's conversation around The Rosin Box explores the way ballets are passed from generation to generation at New York City Ballet, and the artists who are responsible for carrying on that oral tradition: the Company's repertory directors. Hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are joined by Kathleen Tracey, who danced with NYCB for 15 years before becoming a repertory director. Tracey talks about her process—from preparing for rehearsals, to whether she refers to notes, and the essential assessments she makes whenever entering the studio—and the joy she feels from learning something new about the repertory and the dancers every day. (49:35) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: "Je ne t'aime plus" by Pink Martini Courtesy of Pink Martini & Heinz Records
Guest: Stacey TookeyHosted by Courtney Ortiz & Lesley MealorStacey Tookey has had a long and varied career in the entertainment industry, from pro dance team work to aspiring ballerina to choreographer for So You Think You Can Dance to entrepreneur and business owner. We are excited to bring you Stacey Tookey as our second Spotlight Feature of Season 4. Follow Stacey Tookey on social media @sjtookey and be sure to check out their upcoming projects.THE PROTÉGÉ MOVEMENT- The Protégé Movement is the home of innovative dance and wellness experiences that center around inspiring healthy bodies, informed minds, and authentic hearts. Edmonton Nov 11-13th, NYC Jan 6-8thTHE BRIDGE MOVEMENT - An innovative conservatory dance program for dancers 17+ bridging the gap towards a thriving professional dance career.Who would you like to see featured on our upcoming Spotlight Interviews? Share your recommendations by shooting us an email at email@example.com.Help support our podcast! Join Making The Impact's Platinum Premium Subscription today! Your membership includes the following:Monthly Q&A episodes released to members-onlyPriority to have your questions answered each month on the live Q&A.Ad-free listening for all of Season 4. No sponsored ads!20% off all IDA MerchandiseExclusive bonus content released throughout the yearYour support helps us produce future episodes of Making The Impact for years to come!Making The Impact's Platinum Premium - Sign up now for only $5/month!This episode is sponsored by:Level Up Dance Supplies - Dance gear and dance bags! Receive $10 off Level Up branded products with code: IMPACT10Check out IDA Affiliated Competition Gems Dance Competition!View their 2023 tour dates and register now!Follow your Hosts & Guests!Courtney Ortiz - @courtney.ortizLesley Mealor - @miss.lesley.danceStacey Tookey - @sjtookeyThe Bridge Movement - @thebridge.movementThe Protege Movement - @theprotegemovementJoin our NEW Facebook Group and connect with us! Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast Community Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! We would love to hear from you! Join our Newsletter for weekly episode releases straight to your inbox! Follow us on social media at @impactdanceadjudicators and for a list of IDA Affiliated dance competitions, visit our website at www.impactdanceadjudicators.comSupport the show
Dame Arlene Phillips has built a career on choreography, performance, and philanthropy. She joins Paul Boross on The Humourology Podcast to discuss how humour can help through the creative process. No matter how you like to perform, Dame Arlene Phillips knows how important it is to find your path. For this expert choreographer creativity can be fuelled by a sense of humour. “I'd love to be really funny. I think if you're really funny, you're clever to both worlds.”Hear how Dame Arlene Phillips approaches everything she does with creativity and comedy in mind. From a judge on So You Think You Can Dance and Strictly Come Dancing to a choreographer on Broadway, Dame Arlene Phillips knows how to captivate audiences and express herself. Join the Dame and Paul Boross to learn the moves to get your audience moving, only on The Humourology Podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week, hosts Claire Kretzschmar and Aarón Sanz are joined by Shoe Room Supervisor Daniel Wong around The Rosin Box to talk all things footwear at NYCB. Daniel shares how his time as a dancer with Pacific Northwest Ballet and as a merchandiser informs his current position, a role that's all about balancing the art and science of fitting, ordering, and managing over 400 pointe shoes a month—in addition to all the other shoes the Company members use, all of which are housed in the theater's “pointe shoe candy shop.” (37:41) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: "Je ne t'aime plus" by Pink Martini Courtesy of Pink Martini & Heinz Records
https://radiosygma.bandcamp.com/album/3 being inherently independent, experimental music is bound to deny typical vertical principles of power and censorship that we face today even more than ever, yet it can contain a statement of the opposite nature. as we prepared this compilation the russian invasion of ukraine escalated further, leaving us with less words than ever, but a stronger urge to retain a voice. we believe that music communities are able to offer their own responses to societal changes, no matter how quiet or deafening they may sound. Σ3 compilation features 16 tracks by our contributors, friends, and members of the team and we really hope you enjoy them for what they are. but the important thing is that beyond a sensitivity to unconventional sound and commitment to international music communities, all featured artists are defined by a belief in human dignity and solidarity with the victims of war. all the proceeds from sales will be split between the evacuation initiative helpingtoleave.org and help-freefilmers.network providing humanitarian aid and power generators for at-risk ukrainians credits released November 4, 2022 mastered by sergei shplv artwork by Svyatykh (linktr.ee/svyatykh)
Starhawk (Credit: Stephan Readmond) Caroline hosts long-time indefatigable ally of all life, Star Hawk, whose life-long dedication has been a syncretizing of the political magical realms: myriad ways to participate. Let's feel ourselves in resonant accord with the Choreography of Creation. “Tyrants don't care if they are hated – as long as the people don't love the Earth.” We love the Earth! And she is voting through us, that we inaugurate Ingenious altruism… Starhawk is an author, activist, permaculture designer and teacher, and a prominent voice in modern earth-based spirituality and ecofeminism. She is the author or co-author of thirteen books, including The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess and the ecotopian novel The Fifth Sacred Thing, and its sequel City of Refuge. Her most recent non-fiction book is The Empowerment Manual: A Guide for Collaborative Groups, on group dynamics, power, conflict and communications. Starhawk founded Earth Activist Training, teaching permaculture design grounded in spirituality and with a focus on activism. She travels internationally, lecturing and teaching on earth-based spirituality, the tools of ritual, and the skills of activism. https://starhawk.org/ And for more Election Guiding Magic, here be our ally's ““Cheat Sheet to the Berkeley Elections” on Medium: https://medium.com/@elanaauerbach/berkeley-2022-elections-cheat-sheet-45f753d9c43 Elana shares “We have an extraordinary opportunity during the November 2022 City of Berkeley Election cycle to change the status quo, revive the progressive tendencies of this great city and once again see bold, visionary and compassionate leadership in the City of Berkeley.” Support The Visionary Activist Show on Patreon for weekly Chart & Themes ($4/month) and more… *Woof*Woof*Wanna*Play?!?* The post The Visionary Activist Show – Election Magic Radio appeared first on KPFA.
Virginia Johnson, Artistic Director of Dance Theatre of Harlem, shares what it was like being a principal ballerina, how she became the DTH artistic director, and how to encourage our kids if they're dreaming of a career in the arts. Dance Theatre of Harlem performs Saturday, November 5th at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle. Info at STGPresents.org
This week we return to The Rosin Box, with co-hosts Aarón Sanz and Claire Kretzschmar in cozy conversation about retirement—a topic fresh on Claire's mind, following her own farewell to performing with the Company this past fall. We join them behind the scenes of her final dress rehearsal and in the wings before she performed the Episodes pas de deux on an emotional yet triumphant night. As Claire shares, she closes the chapter of dancing on the NYCB stage with plenty of wonderful memories to cherish, and much to look forward to—including continuing her role on City Ballet The Podcast. (48:17) Edited by Emilie Silvestri Music: "Je ne t'aime plus" by Pink Martini Courtesy of Pink Martini & Heinz Records Der Rosenkavalier (arranged 1944) by Richard Strauss Music Tales from the Vienna Woods, Op. 325 (1868) by Johann Strauss II Five Pieces, op. 10 (1911-13) by Anton von Webern Ricercata in 6 Voices from Bach's Musical Offering (1935) Arranged by Anton von Webern
Welcome to Heilman & Haver - Episode 66. We hope you enjoy the show! Please join the conversation - email us with thoughts and ideas and connect with the show on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and at www.heilmanandhaver.com! IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Kathryn Van Meter Kathryn Van Meter was the inaugural recipient of the Heilman & Haver 2021/2022 Best Choreography Award for Beauty and the Beast at the 5th Avenue Theatre. A champion of large scale community theatrical adventures, Kathryn choreographed As You Like It for Seattle Repertory Theatre's PUBLIC WORKS program, and directed and choreographed Matilda at Village Theatre where she worked with Star 101.5 to generate The Matilda Movement, a program honoring local youth making a difference in their community. Kathryn also served as the Interim Artistic Director of Seattle Children's Theatre, where she created Ghost Light Stories, a weekly web series of ghost stories designed to help children process fear and anxiety around COVID- 19 and produced and directed So Many Heroes, a National Song of Thanks, with 75 youth from 16 cities across America. Kathryn's work as a teaching artist has taken her around the world from Iowa to South Africa and Siberia. As an artist/activist, Kathryn worked with A.S.T.E.P. (Artists Striving to End Poverty) to develop One World Through Theatre, a generative theatrical conversation between students in South Africa, North Carolina, and Washington. She was the series choreographer for the NETFLIX Original Series 13 Reasons Why and Crater, an upcoming feature for Disney+ and she recently made her debut as Intimacy Coordinator for the NETFLIX Original Series ECHOES, which spent two weeks at #1 worldwide. In 2016 she worked with the US Dept. of Labor to develop the national definition for the occupation of “Choreographer.” She is a five time nominee and two time Gregory Award winner for Choreography, and was the 2018 People's Choice winner for Directing and Outstanding Performance as a Lead Actor. Kathryn holds a BA in Theatre and a Minor in Dance from The College of William and Mary. She has served on the National Board of Governors for AGMA, the Seattle Liaison Committee for Actors Equity and was the Chair of the Seattle Steering Committee for the Society of Directors and Choreographers. She joined us from her home in Seattle. Keep up with Kathryn on Instagram: @itsgoingverywell
To Annie-B Parson, choreography isn't confined to the studio and the stage; rather, practically everything around us abounds with movement that's worth paying attention to. In her new, aptly titled book, The Choreography of Everyday Life, an inventive, observant, and witty ode to her relationship with dance and movement over the course of her lifetime, she delves into exactly that belief. Across the past 30-plus years with Big Dance Theater, which she co-founded in 1991, her work has amounted to more than 20 choreographed and co-created works. As a whole, her inventive oeuvre extends in seemingly infinite directions: opera, pop music, television, movies, ballet, marching bands, symphonies. A frequent and close collaborator with the legendary David Byrne, Parson has choreographed two of his world tours, and most recently, his highly acclaimed broadway hit American Utopia. The eclecticness of Parson's body of work is rivaled only by that of her choreographic style, which finds inspiration in everything from traditional ballet, to Russian folk dances, to pedestrians on the sidewalk. A meticulous attentiveness and a whimsical ingenuity are the hallmarks of everything she does.On this episode, Parson speaks with Andrew about how the pandemic has altered our understanding of the ways our bodies relate to one another, why she considers TikTok a new kind of folk dance, and choreography as a means of controlling and testing time.Special thanks to our Season 6 sponsor, L'ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts.Show notes:Annie-B Parson[05:19] The Choreography of Everyday Life[36:15] Big Dance Theater Company[29:27] Paul Lazar[09:30] Previous books[49:37] The Mood Room[55:15] American Utopia[55:20] Here Lies Love[55:51] Everything That Happens Will Happen Today
*CONTAINS SPOILERS* We've made it to the annual Beyond Spectacle episode which means our feature presentation today is our last viewing of the year. But before we wrap up on season 3 of Frameform, we're screening Anna Rose Holmer's 2015 indie feature, “The Fits.” A story taken place outside of Cincinnati, Ohio following 11-year-old Toni, a tomboy who struggles to fit into her new dance troupe while experiencing an epidemic of violent fits amongst the team. As we follow Toni's day to day routine– boxing with her brother, filling water canteens, and observing the next door dance team, Toni is captivated by the freedom of expression that dance offers outside of boxing. In this film, Holmer's cast completely features a playbill cast of non-actor dancers from Cincinnati's Q Kidz Dance Team after discovering their talents on YouTube.Watch the film before you download this episode, because we're full of spoilers today. ADDITIONAL READINGSScreendance Journal Article (Dis/Orientation: Rhythmic Bodies and Corporeal Orature in The Fits)How Did You Create aDirector/Actress Interview: Coming-of-Age Portrait Through DanceThe Transcendant Gaze –Thanks to all who have been tuning in all season! We appreciate our audience and your support. If you have any ideas for topics for future episodes, please let us know! We love crowd-sourced recommendations because you too are a part of this ongoing conversation! We're always available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org–Instagram
Guest: Karla CuratoloHosted by Courtney Ortiz & Lesley MealorKarla Curatolo, owner of Expressenz Dance Center in Indianapolis, IN joins us for the first Studio Spotlight episode of Season 4! With recent accolades like Top 5 Studio of the Year at the 2022 Dance Awards, America's Got Talent and World of Dance, Expressenz is truly making an impact in the dance community! Follow Expressenz on social media @expressenz and be sure to check out this special offer!El Toro Speedwraps - get 15% off with code Expressenz15 Who would you like to see featured on our upcoming Spotlight Interviews? Share your recommendations by shooting us an email at email@example.com.Help support our podcast. Join Making The Impact's Platinum Premium Subscription today! Your membership includes:Monthly Q&A episodes released to members-onlyPriority to have your questions answered each month on the live Q&A.Ad-free listening for all of Season 4. No sponsored ads!20% off all IDA MerchandiseExclusive bonus content released throughout the yearYour support helps us produce future episodes of Making The Impact for years to come!Making The Impact's Platinum Premium - Sign up now for only $5/month!This episode is sponsored by:Level Up Dance Supplies - Dance Gear and Dance Bags! Receive $10 off Level Up branded products with code: IMPACT10 YoungArtsApplications are open for the 2023 National YoungArts Competition, available for artists & dancers ages 15-18 or in grades 10-12. Deadline to apply is October 14th, 2022. Learn more and apply now at www.YoungArts.orgSpirit of Dance Awards - IDA Affiliated Competition!New England based dance competition committed to providing a fun, fair and exciting venue for dancers of all levels to showcase their passion in a positive environment! Visit their website for 2023 season schedule and fall convention dates.Follow your Hosts & Guests!Courtney Ortiz - @courtney.ortizLesley Mealor - @miss.lesley.danceKarla Curatolo & Expressenz - @expressenzJoin our NEW Facebook Group and connect with us! Making The Impact - A Dance Competition Podcast Community Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! We would love to hear from you! Join our Newsletter for weekly episode releases straight to your inbox! Follow us on social media at @impactdaLevel Up Dance Supplies Dance gear and Dance bags! Receive $10 off your next order with code: IMPACT10YoungArts Applications for YoungArts's National Arts Competition are due 10/14/22! Spirit of Dance Awards IDA Affiliated Competition! Register now for their 2023 Season!Support the show
In the three years since our guest's last visit, Matt and Bow's octaves may have dropped, but the quality of their conversation with the legendary actor and now-author Betty Gilpin has NOT! The boys waste no time heaping (deserved) praise onto Betty and her new book “All the Women in My Brain,” which you must read and listen to as your Kantian imperative. The three talk about smoke allergies, smoke and MIRRORS, and smoking too much weed during boarding school. Special attention is paid to “The Thing,” an abstract yet undeniable phenomenon that Betty outlines perfectly and which collapses all boundaries for better or worse (i.e. choreography engendering fraternity). All the right questions are asked, including “Does God exist now that Betty has a child?” and “Will Matt sit through a horror film for an actress tour de force?” Many, of course, are answered. Stay till the end for three fab IDTSHs, or else Bowen will stab you in silks.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.