How to Watch Dance (2009), Excerpts



Untitled (2009), Excerpts



Dance of Scales (2009) Part 1 of 2



Dance of Scales (2009) Part 2 of 2








      How to Watch Dance (2009)

Modern Dance choreography that guides the audience in how to look at dance via narration and repetition. Choreography by Maren Waldman with dancers Britta Lee and Sarabeth Matilsky, and with narrator Kalay Mordock. www.movingjoystudios.com, Ithaca, NY.





Untitled (2009)

      "Your body is right. Give it permission."  - Julie Taylor quoting a dance teacher, PaperTangos (c)1998

Explorations of music, rhythm, and movement using different choreographic approaches. Beginning with loose concepts of Argentine Tango, its dance, its history, the emotions that drive it, we ended up drawing mostly on our sense of personal power and joy as dancers relating to moving music. What do you see?

Choreography by Maren Waldman with dancers Britta Lee, Sarabeth Matilsky, and Kalay Mordock.

Dance of Scales (2009)    

      Redshift Productions presents a portion of Dance of Scales to the 2009 Annual Meeting of the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISEnet). Part 1 of 2. A full production of Dance of Scales will perform at the 2010 Light in Winter Festival in Ithaca, New York on January 23rd, 2010. Dance of Scales is a dance, narrative and multimedia performance about the movement of organisms at the nano-, micro-, and millimeter scales and beyond. Created by physicist Itai Cohen, choreographer Maren Waldman, and Redshift Productions. www.redshiftproductions.com



Maren Waldman 
Moving Joy Studios

Boulder, CO





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