Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

Hubbard Street - Tamar Godel Dance in Human Society Professor Coward-Gilmore On Friday October 19th Hubbard Street Dance Chicago had a performance

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Tamar Godel 12/2/07 Dance in Human Society Professor Coward-Gilmore On Friday, October 19 th , Hubbard Street Dance Chicago had a performance in the Zellerbach Theatre at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. They were guest artists there from October 18 th through October 20 th . I went with a family I babysit for as part of the educational program. This was nice, as this particular performance (Friday morning) is only open to school groups or the Home School association (the kids are homeschooled). This was an especially good venue for this type of performance – the stage is raised above the level of the closest seats, but the rest of the seats angle up, reminiscent of an ancient Roman or Greek amphitheater. This allowed everybody to see – little kids over adults’ heads, and vice versa, as well as giving a taste of the untraditional. When we entered the theater, the group were onstage in clothes similar to those we wear in class, going through a warm up. This was especially nice for the children, as they got a taste of what class looks like, and saw that dancers really are real people. They rehearsed with a live
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course DANCE 2803 taught by Professor Coward-gilmore during the Fall '07 term at Temple.

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Hubbard Street - Tamar Godel Dance in Human Society Professor Coward-Gilmore On Friday October 19th Hubbard Street Dance Chicago had a performance

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