When dancers work well together it’s a beautiful thing. Here are four (or more) ways to ensure effective collaboration in choreography, even when a ballet choreographer and a modern-based dance theatre company come together for a “zombie ballet.”
The dance portion of musical auditions are usually dreaded by actors and singers not fluent in the language of movement. Still, it’s possible to sort out the stronger movers without a lot of intimidating choreography. We’ll tell you how.
Planning a big project? Boston choreographer Anna Reyes shares the tips she wishes she knew before embarking on her debut dance film, “the good parts of being alive.”
Heather’s middle school dance students research limitations in dance by mapping phrases, making observations, and finally working within set limitations.
Crowdsourced Ballet? Diablo Ballet is creating The Web Ballet from suggestions submitted on Twitter. Choreographer, Robert Dekkers talks to Dance Advantage about the project and his development as a choreographer.
Need hints and ideas for creating musical theater choreography? You’ve already got a toolbox of composition tools, now learn how to use and adapt these for choreographing in a way that supports your production’s characters and story.