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Casey Maliszewski: What is Dance?

What is dance? This is such a simple question, with such a difficult answer. No answer is wrong, and no answer is correct. It...

Dana Tai Soon Burgess: What is Dance?

To me, dance is a symbolic, visceral language which directly conveys the subconscious realm. Dana Tai Soon Burgess is a critically acclaimed choreographer, director of...

Meisha Bosma: What is Dance?

Dance is an opportunity to express, to share desires and fears, to define yourself in any given moment. Dance brings diversity into one...

Adrienne Canterna: What is Dance?

Dance is communication...It is freedom and expression...A blessed gift from God...Dance is an elite artform...............I believe dance is love... Adrienne Canterna is an international ballet...

Nejla Yatkin: What is Dance?

This is a very difficult but worthwhile question. To me dance is the language of the soul; it is the way that humans...

Kathryn Sparks: What is Dance?

When I dance I am most who I am, before myself, before my friends and relatives, and before God. I am the most...

Jane Jerardi: What is Dance?

Dance is in large part a celebration of being human; perhaps a method for becoming more human. Dance is ordinary, sensuous, and shows us...

Naoko Maeshiba: What is Dance?

Dance for me is an attempt to find soul. Naoko Maeshiba is an eclectic artist from Kobe, Japan.

Maida Withers: What is Dance?

Perhaps we should ask what is NOT dance? If you think you are dancing, you are! If you think someone else is dance,...

Brian Williams: What is Dance?

Dance is our reminder that the human body is a temple which should be honored, nurtured and protected. Brian is the founding artistic director of...

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