Featuring stunning ballerinas and engaging music, the Inland Pacific Ballet’s presentation of “Dracula” was an amazing performance.
The gracefully-inspired movements of the Inland Pacific Ballet company swept the audience up and away into the magic of a well-known fairy tale during the premiere production of “Cinderella” at Bridges Auditorium in Claremont on Saturday.
Marlene Parmenter, a native of Upstate New York, attends a Scandinavian folk dancing class in Anaheim’s Downtown Community Center. She first became interested in the art while attending a yoga class in the same building.
Amira Seyoum Staff Writer The University of La Verne’s dance team held its annual spring dance showcase last week. On Thursday, which was opening night, the show kicked off strong with “Caught Up” by Usher. The emcees for the evening were Erin Zabarnick and Chantae Smith, with Derek Wendt acting as DJ. Unfortunately the two […]
A packed Founders Auditorium was the scene of the University of La Verne dance team’s Spring Show held April 29. Fifteen quality acts, ranging from hip-hop style dancing to guitar sing-a-longs, thrilled the audience, who were frequently moved to clap, cheer and sing along with the performers.
Holding hands, moving to the left, to the right, to the center and every so often making a turn and going back to the same moves, while trying to not lose pace with the music is quite a task.
Words spoken through the art of dance. Beautiful and eloquent expressions permeating in each step. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater showcased its talent at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Saturday, March 17.
A worked look from a worked body. A body that has been dancing. A body that encompasses all that a dancer is. Long limbs that move in time with music but keep in tune with what dancing is, beyond the physical, a spirit. This spirit is seen within the dancing figure that is Sarah Leddy.
Full-length mirrors, trophies, ballet bars and parents proudly watching are what typically line the walls of the Future Talent Dance Studio located on the corner of D and Third Street.