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  4. peterfeld:

    Cyndi Lauper, “Pee Wee’s Playhouse (theme).” Happy 60th, Pee Wee!

  5. 27 August 2012

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    92y

    92y:
Doug Elkins talks to Back Stageabout his sold out performances, Mo(or)town/Redux, at 92Y Harkness Dance Festival this weekend:
“In all those stylized little movements and gestures done by the Temptations and the Supremes—everything from adjusting the cuff links to those little box steps—you can see the roots of everything that is Beyoncé and Usher and others right now,” Elkins says. “That Motown choreography was made [largely by Cholly Atkins] by formalizing everything from old tap hoofing steps to social dances. What I’m doing is layering all those kinds of social dancing. I mean if you look at the choreography for [the Motown hit] ‘My Girl,’ it’s actually a dance of bowing, and greeting, and strolling, which is what the pre-classic forms, like the minuet and the pavane, were.”
Elkins, who began his career as a b-boy, feels there are important commonalities among all forms of social dancing. “They always begin as conversational; in the formalizing they become more oratorical,” he says. “But what I find really interesting is how social dances get disseminated largely by stealing. For example, the way white performers stole acts from minstrel shows. In the latest steps you always see ideas from earlier eras reiterated. Like with a lot of things, if you keep laying out fragments, when you look at them too close they just look like garbage. But when you pull back you realize they’re relational.”

All three of Elkins’ shows this weekend are sold out. Tickets for performances on the following weekends with Monica Bill Barnes & Company and Susan Marshall and Company are still available.

    92y:

    Doug Elkins talks to Back Stageabout his sold out performances, Mo(or)town/Redux, at 92Y Harkness Dance Festival this weekend:
    “In all those stylized little movements and gestures done by the Temptations and the Supremes—everything from adjusting the cuff links to those little box steps—you can see the roots of everything that is Beyoncé and Usher and others right now,” Elkins says. “That Motown choreography was made [largely by Cholly Atkins] by formalizing everything from old tap hoofing steps to social dances. What I’m doing is layering all those kinds of social dancing. I mean if you look at the choreography for [the Motown hit] ‘My Girl,’ it’s actually a dance of bowing, and greeting, and strolling, which is what the pre-classic forms, like the minuet and the pavane, were.”

    Elkins, who began his career as a b-boy, feels there are important commonalities among all forms of social dancing. “They always begin as conversational; in the formalizing they become more oratorical,” he says. “But what I find really interesting is how social dances get disseminated largely by stealing. For example, the way white performers stole acts from minstrel shows. In the latest steps you always see ideas from earlier eras reiterated. Like with a lot of things, if you keep laying out fragments, when you look at them too close they just look like garbage. But when you pull back you realize they’re relational.”

    All three of Elkins’ shows this weekend are sold out. Tickets for performances on the following weekends with Monica Bill Barnes & Company and Susan Marshall and Company are still available.

  6. fascinated:

Northbound on Kent (& N6th) (Taken with Instagram)

    fascinated:

    Northbound on Kent (& N6th) (Taken with Instagram)

  7. Anthony Volodkin is fascinated: 4 Must-have music apps for your Android phone →

    fascinated:

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