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“Human Revolution” a contemporary ballet inspired and motivated by the power of human transformation and a special guest performance by SYDNIE L. MOSLEY DANCES Sunday, November 9, 2014 | 2:00pm, with reception to follow

We are HUGE fans of the fearless Sydnie L. Mosley and we rush to everything she does. We Highly recommend that you do too.


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“Human Revolution”

a contemporary ballet inspired and motivated by the power of human transformation

and a special guest performance by


Sunday, November 9, 2014 | 2:00pm, with reception to follow

After premiering in May 2014 to sold out, standing room only crowds at the Alvin Ailey Center for Dance in New York City, The Victory Dance Project returns to the stage on Sunday, November 9, for a revival of Artistic Director Amy Jordan’s signature work, “Human Revolution.” This contemporary ballet portrays the struggle to believe in the greatness within ourselves, and the power contained with the human spirit.

The Victory Dance Project will be joined by Sydnie L. Mosley Dances, presenting the world premiere performance of “CAKE.” The latest work from Artistic Director Sydnie L. Mosley, “CAKE” questions the definition of respectability, and considers how doing away with shame with regards to the female body can enliven those bodies to create new, free realities.

Choreographer Amy Jordan was already an established professional dancer and choreographer before she was run over by a bus in New York City in 2009. Ms. Jordan draws inspiration from her personal experience of surviving a nearly fatal accident and life with a chronic disease. It is Amy Jordan’s mission and driving force to inspire viewers to also realize their power and manifest their dreams regardless of personal obstacles.

The Victory Dance Project encourages audience to always “Dance Because You Can.” The company’s dynamic performers have also been seen in “The Lion King,” “Fela The Musical,” Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, Azure Barton Company, Ballet Cuba, San Francisco Ballet, Dance Theater of Harlem, Cirque De Soleil, “The Color Purple,” Alonzo King LINES Ballet, and beyond.

Dancer, choreographer and educator Sydnie L. Mosley is an artist-activist who is interested in creative work that is both artistically sound and socially aware. Her work often reflects issues in black cultures and the experiences of women. Her evening length dance, The Window Sex Project, and its creative process, are a model for dance-activism. With it, she uses movement to respond to the sexual harassment of women in public places. Her dances have been performed extensively throughout New York City and in 2010, she was listed by as one of twenty-five “Up and Coming: Young Minority Artists and Entrepreneurs.”` Sydnie L. Mosley Dances is a New York City-based contemporary dance company presenting works that seek to actively engage audiences with dance performance and the artistic process. Through dimensional compositions, textured movement, and character development, Sydnie L. Mosley Dances provokes audiences to “Feel human through dance.” The company has notably shown work at The Chen Dance Center, Joyce SoHo, Movement Research at Judson Church, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Barnard College, Penn State, Cornell University and Duke University in addition to performances in the streets, at rallies, parks and community centers.

Have questions about Victory Dance Project w/ guest Sydnie L. Mosley Dances? Contact Victory Dance Project

November 4, 2014 - Posted by | ART, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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