Okay, so I have my first totally solo belly dance gig on Thursday night.
And of course I sort of procrastinated and am now freaking out. I can’t get my brand new costume to really fit me in time and trying to alter it myself has been like a comedy of errors. Plus, I have not finished my choreography although I did get permission to use 2 numbers from the dance company I’m in, so that will make it easier.
Tonight’s mission - finish fixing costume bra to the best of my abilities.
Tomorrow’s mission - figure out sound issues and rest of choreography!
New project seeks male and female contemporary/modern dancers with strong technique. Must be available for Sunday rehearsals 11-1. Unpaid rehearsals to start but paid future performances. Audition: Sunday August 28th 11:00-1. Please bring resume and photo.
Live Arts Los Angeles 4210 Panamint Street (on the corner of Eagle Rock Blvd.) Los Angeles, CA 90065
Please let us know if you are planning to attend the audition and/or contact us for more information at: email@example.com
auditioning for Robert is a great experience because he really pushes you!
Robert Moses’ KIN
SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at ODC Commons ( 351 Shotwell at 17th Street)
ABOUT RMK: Since founding Robert Moses’ Kin in 1995, Robert Moses has collaborated with a number of prominent dancers, musicians, composers, sculptors, authors, poets, and designers to realize the concept of dance as a unifying form of art, an art form that speaks broadly from a specific place. While touring nationally and creating over 90 original works, Robert Moses’ Kin has earned a host of awards, including four Bay Area Isadora Duncan Awards (IZZIES), a Bay Guardian Outstanding Local Discovery Award in Dance (Goldie) and a San Francisco Weekly Black Box Award for Choreography.
Robert Moses’ Kin has toured to universities, colleges, and festivals throughout the U.S., including Jacob’s Pillow, Bates Dance Festival, Colorado Dance Festival, Dance Center at Columbia College, University of Nevada, University of Texas, Orange Coast College, Dance Umbrella, Stanford University, ProArts Collective, the Maine Festival, and New York’s City Center’s Fall for Dance Festival, among other venues. In addition to his work with Robert Moses’ Kin, Moses has choreographed for San Francisco Opera, Ailey II, Philadanco, Cincinnati Ballet, Eco Arts, Transitions Dance Company of the Laban Center in London, African Cultural Exchange (UK), Bare Bones (UK), Oakland Ballet, Moving People Dance, and Robert Henry Johnson Dance Company, among others. He has choreographed for film, theater and opera, with major productions for the Lorraine Hansberry Theater, New Conservatory Theater, Los Angeles Prime Moves Festival (L.A.C.E.), and Olympic Arts Festival.