February 21st, 2013
America’s best dance crew also known as ABDC, is an American spirited dance reality show in television(MTV) that attributes for dance crews, from the united states and around the world. It was produced by American Idol judge Randy Jackson and the series was initially developed for NBC as World Moves. It was cancelled due to poor ratings, after seventh seasons. This show presented by randy Jackson and hosted by Mario Lopez in los angels.
It is a good reality show where a dance crew shows their talent initially. Each week, the crews are facing a challenge with new tasks. The themes and other concepts are same for every team but the challenge is different. One important thing in ABDC is the crew banner. . Each banner’s logo represents their crew, appearing during interviews, performances, and various products. It is also used as a transition effect. When a crew is eliminated, their banner falls from the top of the stadium, where the banners of the crews still in the running stand.
The opponent get to dance one final time on the stage as they “walk it out” to the song of the same name. If a crew is eliminated from the sixth place mark (fifth in Season 4, 5, and 7), the show will play a compilation video of their journey on ABDC.
The judges decide which crew will qualify for the next round after finished their performance. In the beginning each episode they are telling which crews are safe and which crews are at risk for elimination.
The winner of ABDC crew will be getting $100,000 (USD) grand prize with the Golden ABDC Trophy (a golden statue of a B-Boy doing a freeze, with the legs moving like a bobble head). They were playing up to seven seasons still.
Each season has number of rounds which depends upon the themes or tasks. Now they are struggling to continue this program because getting poor ratings due to lengthy seasoning show like season 6 & 7.but this show was running successful till season 4 & 5. Audience only helps us by rating votes to continue the ABDC show again. This show was helping many people by encouraging their talent by dance. Hope you people will help us to start this show again.
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January 23rd, 2013
The 2013 American girl fashion show is in hunt for models.
According to the Roswell dance theater they need only limited number of girl models with good posture, self-confidence and smirk. They should be able to walk down on a runway in front of the audience with much enjoyment.
Organizers are expecting around 200 guest will be present on each fashion show at Roswell Doubletree Hotel Ballroom, on March 1-3
Check out the below address and date for the model call
- Model call hosted by the American girl store in north point hall, 1202 North Point Circle in Alpharetta
- Date : Jan 29
- Timings : 4p.m to 6 p.m
Specification to attend
- Height : 52 – 56 inches
- Waist : 24 inches
- Hip : 30 inches
- Chest : 28 inches
- Models should able to wear a girl’s size 10
To attend the Audition
- Models need to bring the current photo and $35 participation fee
- All models will receive a limited-edition American Girl Fashion Show t-shirt.
- Models should be able to attend an orientation and fitting on Feb. 3 and dress rehearsal on Feb. 24.
- Models may be required to supply footwear and accessories depending on their costumes
For more informations you may contact to this mail id: AmericanGirlFashionShowRoswell@gmail.com
Tags: american girl fashion show, dance auditions, models, rosewell dance theatre
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October 16th, 2012
Magic, romance and sparkle filled the stage when ballet dancers performed the fairytale Sleeping Beauty in Shrewsbury.
Russian State Ballet and Opera House arrived at Theatre Severn this weekend and on Saturday its members danced out the story of a princess who slept for 100 years.
Story – Sleeping beauty
Wicked Fairy Carabosse curses Queen Aurora at her baptism foretelling she will die on her Sixteenth wedding after pricking her handy on a knitting needle. But the Lilac Fairy softens the strike by modifying the fortune; instead of passing away she will rest until a royal prince kisses her.
The dancing company put on a mesmerizing development of the much-loved dancing which taken the audience’s interest from the moment the curtain lifted.
Guzel Syleymanova, the ballerina who danced the part of Queen Aurora, provided a sterling performance. Every shift and gesture was conducted with quality and on her experience was a grin which shown the emotions of the 16 year-old elegant. Her experience movement also conducted a key part when her character’s handy was pricked by the needle.
This last act was the wedding of Queen Aurora and Royal prince Wish which involved visitor performances from Little Red Ridinghood and the hair, Cinderella and her prince and Queen Florine and the Bluebird.
Puss in Boots and the White cat also arrived and gave a great performance where even the dancers’ hands gestured like paws.
The huge outfits were shiny and vibrant with whites, pink, lilacs and doldrums and ornamented with glimmer that glittered in the level light.The sets were also amazing creating the back drop of a huge building and also a woodlands dense with results in.
The night saw viewers members booing at the wicked fairy, having a laugh at the gently spread comedy and giving a great circular of applause as the performers took their final bow.
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April 10th, 2012
Got some great (and also some critical) feedback on my piece on the Cirque Du Soleil “Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour” show that ran in both the Daily News and Inquirer, as well as online.
A Wilmington, Delaware native, Sandler has been working in TV production for more than a decade. And she’s a lifelong music fan. The TV talent created this razzle-dazzle backstage look at the Cirque spectacle as a writer/director for the New York based music video channel Fuse. Be forewarned if you’ve been debating going to see the show talent yourself, landing here Tuesday and Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Center, watching this clip will probably convince you!
On a darker note, some concerned and dedicated Jackson fans took issue with what they viewed as my pejorative characterization of his death as a drug overdose.
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December 23rd, 2009
Leaning her body off a steep ledge, a lady dived towards the ground and landed facedown over a blue foam carpet. Running at high speed, a guy evaded a swinging cement cinder block while jumping into the air. This type of dangerous dance is very rare, but STREB is not a normal dance company.
Daredevil is the name of this dangerous dance troupe and the founder of this gang is Elizabeth Streb. While studying dance in university, Elizabeth Streb felt that traditional dance styles didn’t push her body and mind much.
In 1975, Streb started a dance company, later she got a passion of learning a lot about the effect of movement on matter, and so she studied math, physics and philosophy at New York University. Using the utmost physical limits as her canvas, she started to increase her dance routine to farther extreme, using large-scale industrial prop and meticulous, more dangerous, steps. She says, in this way she has a great attraction for the achievements of Olympic athletes.
Their future performance in Vancouver will be the troupe’s first performance on Canada’s west coast. According to Streb, local viewers will never have seen a dance like it before, “This will be a great bold new form of entertainment”
Tags: Dance festival, Dance style, Dancing with stars
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