Choreography


In dance, choreography has come to mean,[tome_reference id=”1132″ biblio-id=”1129″] “the art or practice of designing sequences of movements of physical bodies (or their depictions) in which motion, form, or both are specified.”[/tome_reference] This definition finds new meaning in Danielle Goldman’s I Want To Be Ready, as it explores the relationship of the body in dance […]

Choreography


From the class, How Movement Makes Meaning, choreography has been defined in various ways. These are: vision translated into motion, transference of embodied knowledge, structure, design, relationship, movements with intent, and sequence. Although the definitions are limited to single phrases and words, they reveal the fact that choreography can be viewed in various ways. However, it […]

Choreography


[tome_reference id=”1160″ biblio-id=”1158″]The role of a choreographer is to work with dancers in developing ideas into a finished performance.[/tome_reference] The tasks of the choreographer have changed with the introduction of dramaturgy with there being a more reflective approach to creating the performance. [tome_reference id=”1163″ biblio-id=”1161″]Australian Dance Theatre’s artistic director, Garry Stewart remarked “Previously choreographers were potentially […]