Tag Archive: dance

DWTS 5-21-12

Dancing with the Stars. Hmm. There’s a first time for everything. It’s my first time enjoying one dance from each of the couples but not both. It’s also my first time being undecided… Continue reading

Prelude to a dance documentary

It’s never the way you think it’ll be… What am I talking about? The ballroom dance/argentine tango documentary I’m planning for the Toledo, Maumee and Bowling Green, Ohio-area. It’s a shift from the… Continue reading

DWTS 5-7-12

Who will be the champs for this season of Dancing with the Stars, and could we be in for a surprise upset? With Maria and Derek rising, Donald and Peta and William and… Continue reading

DWTS 4-30-12

After the stunning revelation of Maria and Derek’s vampire Paso Doble, it was sad to say goodbye to Jaleel. Despite Dancing with the Stars’ duels and the attempt to keep good dancers on… Continue reading

DWTS 4-23-12

Motown… Soul. Getting into the Motown groove like well, Smoky Robinson, The Temptations, Martha – all of them have it and it showed on Dancing with the Stars. It’s class. It’s rhythm. It’s… Continue reading

DWTS 4-16-12

Latin week on Dancing with the Stars – was it something to savor! In the weeks to come, although I will be looking for those competitors able to bring precision in footwork and… Continue reading

DWTS April 2, 2012

When I attended the Michigan Dance Challenge in Dearborn on March 31st, I thought thank goodness I’m not a judge for the pro part of this competition – too many dancers on the… Continue reading

Craft

As we go into Dancing with the Stars season and I go into analysis mode on here, I thought I’d take a look at some variables of choreographic craft. I often use my ballet… Continue reading

DWTS 11-14-11

The semi-finals. Whoot! Whoot! After pulling off all their dances, we know Hope and Maks were voted off this week. Hope consistently gave it her all – and she’s was feisty and remarkable… Continue reading

DWTS 11-7-11

What wins our hearts? Emotional connection. For me sometimes, it’s seeing someone grow. That’s especially heartening when I didn’t feel much connection with that someone and then I can. Nancy and Tristan were… Continue reading

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