shadow dance


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shadow dance

n.
A dance presented by casting shadows of dancers on a screen.
References in classic literature ?
Ceres sat before the hearth with the child in her lap, and the firelight making her shadow dance upon the ceiling overhead.
Rogue - For Rogue Talents: Cloak and Dagger no longer incorrectly increases the range of Cheap Shot, Garrote and Ambush, while Shadow Dance is active.
Through the medium of shadow dance, Catapult and Back9's video tells the story of a young boy's personal connection with golf and the opportunities he was presented throughout his life by playing and loving the game.
He was pipped in the final by Hungarian shadow dance group Attraction but won rave reviews for his quickfire gags.
Shadow dance company Attraction were named winners of the ITV talent contest.
The idea was inspired by the shadow dance group on Britain's Got Talent, but we wanted to do something creative that would inspire generous donations for our sister school in Wakadogo in Uganda.
The show, eventually won by Hungarian shadow dance troupe Attraction, was watched by a peak audience of 13.
The show, won by Hungarian shadow dance troupe Attraction, was watched by a peak audience of 13.
Authors address Carter's literary legacy for contemporary women's writing, violence and ethics, surrealism, allegory and parody as critical reading strategies, blending the pre-Raphaelite with the surreal in Carter's Shadow Dance and Love, mythologies, and more analysis and readings of several other Carter works.
SHADOW DANCE is set in 1853 on an island near Indonesia and tells of teen Starling Agara, who is slated to marry the island's prince in seven years to join the opposing forces that threaten to tear apart her world.
Jun Kuribayashi's leaps are incredible whether in shadow dance or real life; animation can't match Sheaff's extensions as she crawls through the air to fight for her life.
1930), a vibrant linocut of Chinese blue and orange on oriental laid tissue, and Martin Lewis's Shadow Dance (Fig.