Tag Archive: dance

Summer Song

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Last night as I was driving, I caught part of an interview with U.K. singer, Laura Mvula, on NPR’s World Cafe. Her debut album, Sing to the Moon, is a blend of classic… Continue reading

BOY

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By Katie Shaw I first heard BOY when I was making my daily commute between Denton and Keller while listening to KXT. Little Numbers came on and I couldn’t help but dance. Ever since… Continue reading

Variations in Motherhood

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I used to roll on the floor. A lot. I used words like octahedron, kinesphere, iliopsoas, and turn out. You would usually find me in tights, probably barefoot in a studio, maybe even… Continue reading

D is for Dance

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Call it divine. Call it coincidence. Call it…perfect. My letter of the day is “D”, which means we’re going to talk about dance! Duh. Dance is for your mama. Dance is for your… Continue reading

Spotlight: Amy Morrow (Dancer & Teacher)

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Dear Barazans, This is my dear friend, Amy Morrow. Before we begin the interview about Gaga (the movement language I’ve been promising to tell you about), here’s a little background info on my… Continue reading

Spotlight: Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet

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This week, I made plans to go see Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet perform when they come to Dallas! I’m so excited to see this amazing group of sixteen dancers. “Through their daring, athletic… Continue reading

Happy Birthday, Janis!

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By Katie Shaw Although I’m a bit early in wishing Janis Joplin a Happy Birthday, her legacy as “The Queen of Rock,” is something to always be celebrated. If she were still here… Continue reading

I Kept My Word

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Remember that promise I made to myself, um, back in March? Well, I finally did it a couple weeks ago. I danced once again. And it was everything I hoped it would be.… Continue reading

Unexpected

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By Erin King This is the last video I’ll post for a while, I promise! I was dancing to this song in the car and had to look it up when I got… Continue reading

Are You Brave Enough?

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This is especially for all you climbers and dancers out there. I remember learning about Project Bandaloop in my dance history class and wishing I weren’t afraid of heights so I could go… Continue reading