The French translation of my book, Introduction to Modern Dance Techniques, will be available in late August 2014 from Gremese. Une approche comparative qui vous permettra de comprendre et d’essayer les techniques des plus grands maîtres — grâce à des extraits de cours — et de comparer leurs diff érentes philosophies. De Martha Graham à Merce Cunningham en […]
A Choreographic Offering: Jubilant Sunset Opus No.: 55. Music: J. S. Bach. Genre/Cast Size: ballet, 13 dancers. Category: student dancers. Location & Date: Northwestern State University︱2010 .
Communitas Urbania (excerpts) Opus No.: 49. Music: M. Torke. Genre/Cast Size: classical ballet, 11 women. Category: student dancers. Location & Date: Harvard Ballet Company, Harvard University︱2007. For this dance, I drew inspiration from Jasper Johns’ paintings , in particular, his Land’s End series.
After Opus No.: 50. Music: D. Shostakovitch. Genre/Cast Size: modern, female solo. Category: professional dancer. Location & Date: JoshuaLegg/DanceProjects, adjudicated concert, Dance Complex (Cambridge, MA)︱2008 . This work examines the ways in which we struggle to maintain our humanity during the fallout of a chaotic event, the futures that we try to glimpse, and the perseverance and faith […]
Been Thinkin’ These Days, Poems for Miss D. (excerpts) Opus No.: 60. Music: M. Cherry, World Percussion Collective. Genre/Cast Size: modern, 17. Category: student dancers. Location & Date: Dance Theatre of Lynchburg︱2012. Keith Lee commissioned this work for DTL. The piece is dedicated to Katherine Dunham. (This clip contains a 3:34 excerpt of the original 11:00+ […]
The Loudoun Project: Water Study (trailer) Opus No.: 68. (in collaboration with the company). Genre/Cast Size: site-specific, 6 dancers. Category: professional dancers. Location & Date: JoshuaLegg/DanceProjects, Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA︱2013. This site-specific dance was created in a splash pad with 28 fountains on a pedestrian walking mall. The work explored water as a location of […]
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