1. "Crossing" by BANDALOOP


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    BANDALOOP is returning to its mountain roots. We are re-staging “Crossing,” a wilderness performance in one of the Sierra Nevada's most rugged, remote locations in the Yosemite high country. “Crossing” is historically significant within the cannon of American dance, challenging the boundaries of site-specific performance. Transporting the aesthetic of dancing remotely in fragile landscapes back to the urban, we will bring this work to large and diverse audiences both online and through live multi-media performance. Amelia Rudolph originally created “Crossing” in 2001, performed over 18 days, across 78 miles and on a 1200 foot cliff. A literal crossing of the Sierra mountain range as performance, these dances were filmed and incorporated into an evening-length theater work performed in San Francisco, China and at the Kennedy Center. The original work was featured on 20/20 and in the New York Times Magazine. http://bandaloop.org Donate on RocketHub: http://rkthb.co/48927 Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Projectbanda... Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/bandalooping

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    • BANDALOOP: A Pioneer in Vertical Performance Re-imagining Dance, Changing Perspectives


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      A pioneer in vertical performance, Bandaloop seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality, intricate choreography and climbing technology to turn the dance floor on its side. Our work is presented in theaters and museums, on skyscrapers, bridges, billboards and historical sites, in atriums and convention halls, in nature on cliffs, and on screen. For over two decades we have partnered with performing arts organizations, private corporations, government agencies, and tastemakers around the world to present one-of-a-kind vertical dance performances. For more information visit: http://www.bandaloop.org http://www.facebook.com/projectbandaloop http://www.twitter.com/bandalooping

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      • BANDALOOP: Bound(less), Part 3


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        • MOVE TV - Project Bandaloop


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          moveTVnetwork proudly presents "Project Bandaloop" Founder and Artistic Director: Amelia Rudolph, shares her artistic connection to her unusual expression in the world of dance. Project Bandaloop creates a blend of dance, sport, ritual, and environmental awareness. Inspired by the possibilities of climbing and rappelling, the choreography draws on aerial, vertical and horizontal movement to craft dances, many site-specific. The work explores the relationship between movement and gravity and stimulates viewers' awareness of their natural and built environments. Project Bandaloop hopes to enrich the quality of life with their performances, out-reach and ability to bring dance to new audiences. Since 1991, the company has enjoyed performing for close to half a million people.

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          • Greg Bernstein Demo Reel


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            Camera and Editing: Greg Bernstein

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            • BANDALOOP: Bound(less), Part 1


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              • BANDALOOP: Bound(less)


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                Bound(less): Conceived and directed by Amelia Rudolph in collaboration with the dancers, Music composed and performed by Dana Leong and musicians, lighting by Jack Carpenter, set by Todd Laby, technical direction by Thomas Cavanagh, assistant direction by Rachael Lincoln, rigging by Hans Florine. Dancers: Anje Lockhart, Melecio Estrella, Damara Vita Ganley, Rachael Lincoln, Roel Seeber, Andrew Ward

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                • Project Bandaloop Luminescent Flights


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                  Shot on Yosemite Falls Wall, Yosemite CA, 2000.

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                  • BANDALOOP: IdEgo


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                    • BANDALOOP: New Delhi, India


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                      Performing for an audience of more than 5000 people in Conaught Place on the LIC building in 2010.

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