1. Ashley Anderson, choreography sample (2003-14)

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    from ashley anderson dances / Added

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    This sampler of Ashley's work spans performances in Salt Lake City, Virginia, Philadelphia and New York City.

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    • "Span"

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      from Odessa Jacobson / Added

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      I choreographed, performed and wrote the spoken word poem for this work in progress. I explore energy and connection.

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      • SNOWBIRDS Campaign Video

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        from Kristianne Salcines / Added

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        This video was made for our campaign to raise funds for the first iteration of SNOWBIRDS: A Winter Dance Residency. SNOWBIRDS A Winter Dance Residency is a month long residency project located in San Diego, California. The 2015 residency will begin on February 1st and culminate with project performances on February 26, 27 & 28. The structure of this residency consists of four project rehearsals, one site-specific performance, one workshop/master class, and at least one community potluck per week. Visit our website for more information at www.snowbirdsdance.weebly.com Donate to this Dance Project at www.padlwest.org

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        • Ground.

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          from Jordan Williams / Added

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          "Ground. is a raw screendance with an interesting one shot process and an excellent relationship between the moving subjects and landscape. The film sparks associations of vitality, of an ongoing form of life that springs from the ground." - University of Utah, International Screendance Festival 2013. Ground. was created in January 2013 as part of my degree at Manchester Metropolitan University. It is my very first piece of dance film and was submitted and shown at the International Screen Dance Festival at the University of Utah in Summer 2013.

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          • NEW VIDEO > WE'RE BLAck >> DRELLA OPENS TOMORROW!

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            from raja feather / Added

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            DRELLA RETURNS TO THE INVISIBLE DOG | JUNE 5 + 6 2014 The Feath3r Theory Presents: Andy Warhol’s DRELLA (I Love You Faye Driscoll)’ Is A Movement-Based Drag Performance Essay Inspired By Andy Warhol’s Alter Ego “Drella” — A Contraction Of Dracula And Cinderella, Envisioned By Warhol Superstar Ondine. Beyond The Focus On Warhol's Legacy, Raja Feather Kelly's Interest Is In Addressing His Concerns With Identity, Sexuality And Self-Worth. In His Vogue-Ballet, Kelly Creates A Surreal World; A Gender-Bending, Race-Shifting, Multi-Medium “Artsploitation” In Response To Today’s Consumer Culture, And Celebrity Worship. It Is The Latest In The Choreographer’s Warhol-Driven Series Leading To A Final Staging Of The Feath3r Theory Presents: ‘WHO’S AFRAID OF ANDY WARHOL?’ Run Time: Approx. 70 Mins. No Intermission Concept And Direction: Raja Feather Kelly Original Music By Tito Ramsey Lighting Design: Zephan Ellenbogen Photography: Andy Toad Filmography: Laura Snow Original Choreography And Performance: Raja Feather Kelly With Amy Gernux, Yvonne Hernandez, Nik Owens, Rachel Pritzlaff, Rebecca Hite-Teicheira, Connor Voss And Benjamin Wolk. Additional Performers: Yeman Brown, and Jeremy Neal. This Piece Was Created In Part At The Bates Dance Festival's 2013 Emerging Choreographer Program and Funded in part by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant Fund. Teaser by Laura Snow

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            • WE ARE NOT RECORDING A TRIADIC BALLET

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              from Eik Elnes / Added

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              This film is composed of all the photage that was made on-stage during the live 'dance for camera / camera for dance' piece WE ARE NOT RECORDING A TRIADIC BALLET, visually and contentwise referencing the 1922 ballet piece THE TRIADIC BALLET by Oskar Schlemmer. In a 3 by 3 metre space, three performers, dressed in primary colours, timed by an on-stage egg timer perform a dance piece structured with three handheld camcorders, three projectors and three microphones on stage - with which various tasks are performed. The piece explores the use of recorded image, sound and reflections upon experiences that were just had as a manner of documentation, and how a singular event can be documented and presented live in the context of a live dance piece.

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              • DRELLA --> BLACK BY POPULAR DEMAND | June 5 + 6 @ The Invisible Dog

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                from raja feather / Added

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                DRELLA RETURNS TO THE INVISIBLE DOG | JUNE 5 + 6 2014 The Feath3r Theory Presents: Andy Warhol’s DRELLA (I Love You Faye Driscoll)’ Is A Movement-Based Drag Performance Essay Inspired By Andy Warhol’s Alter Ego “Drella” — A Contraction Of Dracula And Cinderella, Envisioned By Warhol Superstar Ondine. Beyond The Focus On Warhol's Legacy, Raja Feather Kelly's Interest Is In Addressing His Concerns With Identity, Sexuality And Self-Worth. In His Vogue-Ballet, Kelly Creates A Surreal World; A Gender-Bending, Race-Shifting, Multi-Medium “Artsploitation” In Response To Today’s Consumer Culture, And Celebrity Worship. It Is The Latest In The Choreographer’s Warhol-Driven Series Leading To A Final Staging Of The Feath3r Theory Presents: ‘WHO’S AFRAID OF ANDY WARHOL?’ Run Time: Approx. 70 Mins. No Intermission Concept And Direction: Raja Feather Kelly Original Music By Tito Ramsey Lighting Design: Zephan Ellenbogen Photography: Andy Toad Filmography: Laura Snow Original Choreography And Performance: Raja Feather Kelly With Amy Gernux, Yvonne Hernandez, Nik Owens, Rachel Pritzlaff, Rebecca Hite-Teicheira, Connor Voss And Benjamin Wolk. Additional Performers: Yeman Brown, and Jeremy Neal. This Piece Was Created In Part At The Bates Dance Festival's 2013 Emerging Choreographer Program and Funded in part by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant Fund. Teaser by Laura Snow

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                • Catching Butterflies and Other Things That Move - TV Ad - Promotion

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                  from Maida Withers / Added

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                  1978/79 Catching Butterflies and Other Things That Move (1979) A movement structure of interrupting and being interrupted. The choreography originated out of movements from Phase Tracing II. The movements required to interrupt and stop a dancer became movements in the choreography when they did not interrupt a dancer. Choreography, Maida Withers; music, Steven Bates; costumes, John Bailey. Original cast of dancers: Brooke Andrews, Diane Floyd, and Maida Withers. Ann McDonald, Robin Tribble and Kay Hartman were included in version number two for later performances. Premiere: Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre, Washington, DC. The interrupting movement was performed separately as was the figure being manipulated (no contact). Television PSA states: Maida Withers presents CONCERT OF DANCE featuring the Dance Construction Company; February 28 & March 1 at 8:00 pm and March 2 at 5:00 and 8:00 pm. Studio Theatre, Building K at GWU, 817 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC featuring Maida Withers Dance Construction Company. Videos include: PSA; Rehearsal in Building J; Rehearsal in Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre. The sound was performed live and is not, therefore, in any rehearsals or the PSA. Maybe it as also done in MCT?

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                  • Airport Latch

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                    from charisse skye / Added

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                    mini dance film from improv material at chicago ohare airport while touring with Stardust. by charisse skye a. dancers : kevin le & leanne Iacovetta

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                    • the feath3r theory Presents: Andy Warhol’s DRELLA (I love you Faye Driscoll)

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                      from Laura Snow / Added

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                      Combining The Fundamentals Of Ballet And Vogue Dance Styles, The Feath3r Theory Creates A White-Face, Drag Performance Essay Focusing On Raja Feather Kelly’s Relationship To Andy Warhol’s Drella (A Contradiction Of Dracula And Cinderella) And Kelly's Interpersonal Relations And Experiences With The Concept Of Persona, Pop-Culture, And Provocation. Run Time: Approx. 70 Mins. No Intermission Original Music By Tito Ramsey, Lighting Design: Zephan Ellenbogen, Make-Up: Tinna Empera Photography: Andy Toad, Filmography: Laura Snow, and Aitor Mendilibar Design And Communications Manager: François Leloup-Collet. Performers: Raja Feather Kelly With Amy Gernux, Yvonne Hernandez, Nik Owens, Rachel Pritzlaff, Rebecca Hite-Teicheira, Connor Voss, And Benjamin Wolk. visit: thefeath3rtheory.com for more info.

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