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Would he ever choreograph
a gay-themed ballet in George Balanchine's hallowed hall?
I love to choreograph
since it's where I can put my skills, passion, and imagination into one pot, and it also makes me feel sexy.
She talks enthusiastically about her students' work: ``Mary Razey has an amazing ability to create and choreograph
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She continues to teach at Hunter College and occasionally choreograph
One is that the students can choreograph
their own pieces, and the other is that students perform in faculty-choreographed
Matsuda, now a youthful 60, reflected on the source of her passion between rehearsals of the last dance concert she'll perform in and choreograph
at Moorpark College.
Until I was asked to choreograph
an opera, I had never seen one," he said.
It was Kidd who suggested that she be hired to choreograph
the 1955 revival, starting her on a career that would span more than four decades and win her eight Tony nominations and an Oscar.
I don't think I could choreograph
without character and story.
Scheduling conflicts, crowded ice and other glitches make it tough for big-name skaters to give private lessons, choreograph
routines or fit in their own practice time, Chin explained.
It's like watching light pass through a prism," said Martha Graham on the only occasion (in 1959) when she watched George Balanchine choreograph
In 1997 she was hired to choreograph
for the New Jersey Nets dance team.
A founding member of Dykes Can Dance, a troupe that stages interventions at New York clubs, Samson shares music duties, makes art, and choreographs
the stage show.