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Saturday, September 17 • 4:45pm - 4:55pm
Woman Pieces

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Shakera Blackmon is currently a sophomore at The College of

Wooster, double majoring in Communication studies and Dance/Theatre.

She was introduced to dance and the arts at the age of three, and has

been dancing and performing ever since. Shakera attended Dekalb school

of the Arts in Atlanta Georgia for twelve years with the focus of

dance, acting, and vocal music. After years of studying various dance

forms like ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and modern, she is now a

choreographer and dancer at churches around the Atlanta,GA and Wooster

OH area. She is a member of the Fighting Scots Dance team,

choreographer for The College of Wooster's dance company and will even

be studying in dance in India Dec.2011. She hopes to learn as much as

she can about dance so that she can share her passion for dance with

others, through performance and teaching.

 

Dance Description: In this dance piece the dancer is literally a part
of the set up. She is a doll /prop that is brought onto stage by
members in the following act (Nana) along with other things needed to
set up. During the set up she comes to life turning into a woman. She
feels emotion such as love, lust anger and desire. She ultimately is
the "woman" that the following group will sing about. She represents
the good, bad, and lovely of the man/woman relationships that will be
sang about after the dance.

 



Saturday September 17, 2011 4:45pm - 4:55pm
Scene Stage

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