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GCSE Dance - Emancipation Of Expressionism

Kenrick H2O Sandy
Blue Boy Entertainment
May 2013
Date of first Performance
Hip hop, Krumping, Popping, Locking, Animation, Breaking, Waacking
Dance Style
Explore and abstracting hip hop and signature movements. Both choreographer and dancers created material for the work.
Choreographic Approach
'Til Enda' by Olafur Arnalds (Section 4 Music), the idea of Emancipation and Expressionism (being free to express ourselves).
Make audience feel as though they are going through a journey and portray order and chaos.
Choreographic Intention
17 - 9 male, 8 female. Kenrick H2O also performs as part of the company
11 minutes
1. Genesis
2. Growth and Struggles
3. Connection and flow between people
4. Empowerment
1. Michael 'Mikey' J' Asante (Blue Boy Ent)
2. Michael 'Mikey' J' Asante (Blue Boy Ent)
3. 'November' - Max Richter
4. 'Til Enda' - Olafur Arnalds
Aural Setting
Blue shirt, Denim jeans, grey trainers. Hair tied back. Everyday jewellery to enhance individuality and everyday casual qualities.
Blue lighting. Lighting creates moods and themes working with formations and accompaniments. Also highlighting transitions. Black outs make distinction between each section and transitions.
1. Blue light centre highlighting each dancer/ Black Out/ spotlight
2. White light from stage right. Smoke/Haze
3. Blue wash creates mood
4. Cyclorama/ spotlight/ Black Out
Proscenium arch stage, smoke/haze
Performance Environment
There is no set