March 29th: USArtists International, April 14th: Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship, April 30th: Copenhagen International Choreography Competition, May 7th: Atlantic Center for the Arts Mentoring Artist-in-Residence Program, May 22nd: National Performance Network - Creation & Development Fund, May 31st: National Dance Project Travel Fund, June 1st: New York Choreographic Institute Residency, June 1st: Sadie-Rose Residency Program, June 12th: National Dance Project Production Grant - New England Foundation for the Arts, June 30th: South Arts Professional Development & Artistic Planning Grants
Congratulations to the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team for their epic World Cup dominance! Now that the tournament is over and we’re basking in all the patriotic feminist glory, we decided to do the only thing that made sense to us as soccer-obsessed dancers: Decide what kind of dancers the USWNT players would be if they made sudden and drastic career changes.
We’ve been watching their technique closely for weeks now, and have come up with what we’re pretty sure is a definitive and highly accurate list:
Megan Rapinoe: Contemporary Ballet
You’re probably familiar with star forward Megan Rapinoe’s port de bras. But have you seen her attitude derrière?! We’re honestly envious. Pinoe clearly has the technique for ballet, but with her penchant for pink hair and outspokenness (which we love!), we think a contemporary troupe would be the best fit.
https://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Asset-2.png296600dancedatahttps://www.dancedataproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/DDP_logo_Primary.pngdancedata2019-07-10 13:14:412019-07-10 13:14:43Dance Magazine: If the World Cup Champions Were Dancers, Here’s What Style They’d Do
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