interpretive dance


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Noun1.interpretive dance - a form of modern dance in which the dancer's movements depict an emotion or tell a storyinterpretive dance - a form of modern dance in which the dancer's movements depict an emotion or tell a story
modern dance - a style of theatrical dancing that is not as restricted as classical ballet; movements are expressive of feelings
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May also puts on a Union Jack leotard for an interpretive dance while Bareilles plays.
The cinematic videos follow Ellehammer, and dancers of all ages and ethnicities, as they put together seamless interpretive dance sequences against cross-continental backdrops.
Elizabeth loves turning up the tunes while she gets ready: "A little interpretive dance, a little mascara and I'm feeling like a boss," she shares.
One morning in May I stood in a dark room in southern Turkey, watching blue-skinned early humans domesticate wheat between bouts of interpretive dance. They were holograms, and they swayed across the walls to a doomy arrangement of bells, drums, and spectral voices: the soundtrack to the dawn of time.
Together with her dance crew, the "Pilipinas Got Talent" season 5 Golden Buzzer finalists Power Impact Dancers, Riva covered all the bases and performed trending hits starting off with a Beyonce medley followed by Dua Lipa's hit "New Rules." Apart from grooving to hits, Riva also tapped her emotions and told a story when she did an interpretive dance of IV of Spades' "Mundo."
For forty-six years, young people came and went through those doors, learning ballet, tap, and interpretive dance. They became a part of the story and Jim Ed and Becky were a part of theirs.
Sam Buttery, Graham Mercer, Joe Spencer, Asad Ullah and the artist himself make up the five-strong troupe - ready to challenge attitudes to fatness via the medium of interpretive dance.
For those interested in experimental theater and modern art that combines interpretive dance and musical performance, consider checking out the presentation from Freedom Beat entitled 'CAGE: Survival Game.' The sure-to-be-unique performance is happening April 20-22 at the Experimental Stage of the Nat.
Asking you to help him via phone, FaceTime or interpretive dance isnt making amends.
Watch it, and if you don't agree that it's amazing, let me know in exactly six and three-quarter years' time, at 3.17 in the morning, via the medium of interpretive dance, dressed in a purple costume you made yourself.
He added:"Julia Michaels gets cut off while she's singing and Lorde gets to not sing her whole song." Lorde performed an interpretive dance during the awards to the tune of her song Homemade dynamite, after tweeting earlier in the evening that she has the flu"so bad I needed an IV." Levine's wife Behati Prinsloo also expressed outrage on Twitter.