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Contemporary Ballet

VIDEO: Harumi Terayama

Discovering Contemporary Dance Season 1: Episode 24 | 16:21 Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet dancer Harumi Terayama talks about how her experiences at Juilliard and opened her eyes to the world of contemporary dance, compares dance in the U.S. and Japan, and describes the challenges of working at Cedar Lake.


VIDEO: Trey McIntyre

If Your Eyes Are Open to Inspiration the Earth Is Electric Season 1: Episode 21 | 15:12 Trey McIntyre, Artistic Director of the Trey McIntyre Project talks about challenging and pushing himself, artistic growth, and what he hopes to achieve with his work by striving to not repeat himself or…


Prince Credell

Le Ballet du Grand Theatre de Geneve dancer Prince Credell compares his experiences working with Ailey 2, Alonzo King, Hubbard Street, Le Ballet, and shares the realizations that he’s made along the way.

Video: Andrea Schermoly

A Dancer’s Perspective On Performing in the US Vs. Europe Season 1 : Episode 10 | 10:01 Nederlands Dans Theater’s Andrea Schermoly on touring with NDT, the company’s evolving repertory and resulting critical response, and the differences between dancing professionally in the United States and Europe.


Jill Johnson

Frankfurt Ballet alum and Forsythe protege Jill Johnson talks about her experience working with William Forsythe during his prime creation years, Forsythe’s impact on dance, and the responsibility of creating environments that foster creativity.

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Video: Lourdes Lopez

Pigeon Toes to Pointe Shoes Season 1 : Episode 4 | 9:55 Lourdes Lopez shares about her personal experiences with choreographic legends George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, and ballet’s progress, innovation, and outside influences. As of June, 2010 Lourdes was the head of Morphoses as the executive director.


Video: Lourdes Lopez

On Being a Balanchine Dancer Season 1 : Episode 5 | 11:05 Lourdes Lopez shares some of her experiences from her 24 year career as a dancer for New York City Ballet, and answers questions about Balanchine’s possessiveness, how NYCB has changed since she danced with the company, and life…