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The Hartford Dance Collective presents "Empowered Through Movement"

The Hartford Dance Collective presents "Empowered Through Movement"

Company:

The Hartford Dance Collective

Location:

YouTube

Dates:

Monday, March 1, 2021 - 6:00pm weekly through March 29, 2021

Tickets:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwQHoNkXA5VxNDTgAeHy0BA

Company:
The Hartford Dance Collective

Empowered Through Movement is a dance film series presented on Monday evenings at 6PM EST during the course of Women’s Month (March) on the Hartford Dance Collective’s YouTube page. Each vignette, based on a theme of female empowerment, shows virtual audiences an inside look on what makes us feel empowered. During this uncertain and bizarre time in our lives, we have collaborated to bring dance performance to film and show more up close and personal stories through movement.

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Empowered Through Movement

Every Monday in March at 6PM

 

March 1: “She’s the G.O.A.T.”

Choreographed by Jillian Foley in collaboration with Taylor Zappone and Cassie Laskowski

Performed by Taylor Zappone and Jasmine McPherson

 

March 8: “Other We Hold”

Choreographed and Performed by Marjorie Gross

Spoken Word by Asha Potter

 

March 15: “Cheers to the Ladies”

Choreographed and Performed by Jillian Foley, Jane Krantz, Roxanne Lebenzon, and Katie Bittner

 

March 22: “Stanley”

Choreographed by Rosanna Karabetsos

Performed by Rosanna Karabetsos and Cameron Whitney

 

March 29: Untitled

Choreographed by Jasmine Stack

Performed by Katie Schenker

 

This series is sponsored by the Greater Hartford Arts Council and Travelers Insurance. 

When we started the Collective, a major goal of ours was - and still is - to advocate for female choreographers and dancers to give them opportunities within a male-dominated industry. That being said, we hold the belief that gender is fluid, and for some even undefinable. When we say “woman”, we use it as a term for anyone who relates or connects to being a woman in some way. We are aware that some women are more privileged than others. Trans women and women of color are underrepresented and may not have as many opportunities as others and it is extremely important for us to be a collective that represents all types of women.

 

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