So you think you can dance is a television show that airs every year with a new cast. The point of the show is to look for “America’s favorite dancer”. Many men and women from across the country audition to be on the show and only one of them can be “America’s favorite dancer”. For the last few years, at the end of each season, they travel on tour with some of the dancers from previous seasons the “all stars” and that seasons final dancers. They perform many of the dance routines from the show, and created new dances specifically for the tour. There were over thirty-five dances in this show and every single one was amazing. From hip-hop, to jazz and lyrical all the dances were mesmerizing. Being lucky enough to have third row seats, I could see how hard the dancers worked; from the sweat dripping off their foreheads to the bruises on their legs. It truly was an amazing night and such a great experience. Three pieces caught my eye, a hip-hop number performed by three men, an unforgettable contemporary dance, and lastly an emotional lyrical hip-hop piece. Even though all of the dances were fascinating, one of them stood out to me. This dance consisted of three men; all of them break dancers and krumpers, they formed a hip-hop number that made everyone stand up for applaud at the end. They all had different styles and show cased one another’s talents. The different moves they did defied gravity. From standing on their head and sliding, to jumping over one another. This dance was mainly displaying what each dancer could do. The different tricks they could do really impressed me, having know idea how they can do some of the stuff they do without breaking their necks. They all used the stage and definitely moved around frequently. It was an entertaining piece that made the audience pumped. They popped and locked everything on the base of the music, which made their movements look bigger. They worked together to pull off some surprising tricks like throwing one six
the networks to earn more revenue. So You Think You Can Dance is a Fox-produced competition style reality TV show in which the viewers vote to choose “America’s Favorite Dancer”. Contestants audition and must go through various rounds in order to prove they have what it takes, allowing the audience to get invested in their backstories and progress through the season.
In order to examine to examine the various cultural codes found within So You Think You Can Dance, I looked primarily at season 12,….
IF YOU THINK YOU CAN, YOU CAN
“IF YOU THINK YOU CAN, YOU CAN” is a common phrase which we often use in vain.It means that if you have will and determination you will always find a way to success. For reaching the peaks of glory you should have a will to cross any hurdle that comes in your way.
WINNERS NEVER QUIT AND QUITTERS NEVER WIN.
Life's battles don't always go
To the stronger or faster man.
But sooner or later the man who wins,
Is the man who thinks he can.
Good morning everyone,….
Everyone thinks that none of the stories they hear will happen to them. They think they are invincible. “So You Think You Are Going to Live Forever?” is a presentation by Officer Pete Collins to a group of high school students. It was taken in 1990 to lower the level of those who drink and drive. Sadly, the rate of drinking has gone up. In this essay, it will explain what beer commercials don’t.
Alcohol is advertized every day. They are the leading category in commercial advertisements today. However….
October 12, 2014
Types of Dance Styles
When a person dances they create a series of rhythmic and patterned body movements that are usually performed to music. Rhythm and tempo of the music and movements of ones body creates different variations of dance styles. Shoes and outfits help to identify what type of dance is being performed. Every dancer has their own style. Main types of dance are jazz, ballet, or modern dance. Dance is not just a female dominated activity. Many men….
The Falling Into Pieces Dance Concert performed March 25, 2007 was a blend of five distinct dances, each communicating a different message through the use of varying choreography and stage production arrangements. The concert’s opener Gasp depicts a resistance to bounds that hold one down. It’s All About Falling, the second piece, dealt with the concept of a transition from struggle and anguish to hope. The third dance piece, titled Holding Still, Tracing Past Moments, attempted to explore an….
The concert was called “A Concert In Dance”. The Stockton Dance Company set up the whole demonstration. The show was performed from February 28 to March 2. The show was preformed at Stockton College in the Performing Arts Center. The performance that will be talked about is My Shadow’s Ghost. Lauren Putty White created the choreography. The music that was selected was Efterlang: Himmelbjerget. Mark Mallett did lighting. While Henry van Kuiken was in charge of the costume design. The dancers that….
The following guidelines are provided for centres to follow in the management of test day photos; the decision to accept the photographs submitted by a candidate is at the Administrator’s discretion.
▪ Candidates provide two identical colour photographs that are not more than six months old
▪ Cross reference with passport photograph (if the same has been used check the date of issue of the….
DANCE APPRECIATION – DANCE 1000-D01
December 4, 2014
What Do You Dance?
After the Swing Era and World War II, American social dancing cooled down in the late 1940s, in a shift from dance bands to concerts in night clubs. In Michigan I was a teenager that was used to my parent’s country music and dancing. Throughout the years of me growing up to listening and dancing to country music and some rock music my uncle listened to that was all I was use to until I became 14yrs old….
(A) Do you think you are addicted to Facebook? What are the signs which show a person is addicted to Facebook? Give reasons to support your view.
Yes I am addicted to Facebook. The signs that shows a person that is addicted to Facebook is when he/she is constantly thinking about Facebook, like always updating his/hers statuses, always talk about the topics that he/she saw from Facebook or constantly checking his/her phone for Facebook updates. Another sign of Facebook addiction is when he/she….
In order to consider “I exist because I think” or ”I think because I exist”, I would define the “I exist because I think” as “I think” is the cause of “I exist”. This implies “I think” appear before “I exist” and cause “I exist” to happen. In the other side, “I think because I exist” would be “I exist” is the cause of “I think”. This implies “I exist” appear before “I think” and cause “I think” to happen.
In terms of logic, I would say “I think because I exist “ is more appropriate. It is because….