Dragons Don't Dance Ballet

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Download or read book Dragons Don't Dance Ballet written by Jennifer Carson and published by . This book was released on 2020-11-21 with total page 36 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:

The Tail of the Dragon

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ISBN 10 : 0822311666
Pages : 204 pages
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Download or read book The Tail of the Dragon written by Marcia B. Siegel and published by Duke University Press. This book was released on 1991 with total page 204 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In The Tail of the Dragon, Marcia B. Siegel and Nathaniel Tileston track the evolution of new dance in New York during the rich and crucial transitional period from the mid-1970s to the early 1980s. Siegel, one of America's most important dance critics, and Tileston, an accomplished dance photographer, focus on the choreographers who were propelled into rebellion against conventional modern dance by the Judson Dance Theater and other countercultural movements born of the 1960s. This collection of Siegel's writing, compiled from reviews in Soho Weekly News and New York Magazine, as well as from longer essays and notebook pieces, forms an insightful commentary--occasionally wry, always perceptive—on the absorption of a radical art form by the mainstream. From minimalism, improvisation, street dancing, body awareness, and “poor theater” experimental strategies, these young rebels identified and adopted personal styles of movement and dancemaking; from that, they turned gradually to tamer, more accessible work, marked by virtuosic dancing, proscenium-ready repertoires, and touring companies. Included in this story are the principal players in the “postmodernist” dance movement—Merce Cunningham, Twyla Tharp, Trisha Brown, David Gordon—now well known internationally as leaders of dance in the 1990s. Siegel also looks at artists who worked steadily but less visibly, influential ones who drifted out of dance, and unknowns who have gained prominence. The dances described here are formal and outlandish, scruffy and beautiful, endearingly fallible and icily perfect. In rightfully celebrating the importance of dances long forgotten, The Tail of the Dragon produces a vibrant portrait of a generation of dance.

Slay the Dragon

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ISBN 10 : 9780982712542
Pages : 262 pages
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Download or read book Slay the Dragon written by Susan D. Peters and published by Sunrise Consulting. This book was released on 2021-09-03 with total page 262 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: THE BEAST IS TWO HEADED. THE QUEST FOR JUSTICE IS HEROIC. Detectives Joi Sommers and her partner Russell Wilkerson speed to the Ingalls Hospital ER and are disgusted to find the strangled body of Tamiko Triplett, preteen lying on the gurney, the tattoo of a dragon, and a pimp’s initials on her inner thigh. What kind of monster would ravage and discard the fragile beauty with exotic eyes like debris? Enraged, the detectives commit to bringing her murderer to justice, on or off the clock. This quest leads the pair into the dark world of sex trafficking flourishing clandestinely in the surrounding south suburban enclaves. Consumed with this case, the recently widowed Russell relapses into alcohol addiction and while struggling to conceal his drinking from his partner and family, his reckless neglect leaves those he loves most vulnerable to dangers lurking unobserved and undetected.

The Dragon Oath

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Download or read book The Dragon Oath written by Megan Linski and published by Gryfyn Publishing. This book was released on 2020-06-02 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Soulmates are destined to be enemies. Emma Last semester, I failed the man I love. The kingdom is in jeopardy, and I’m a pawn in a conspiracy that will overturn the entire country. To save the people I love, I must play the cult’s games… and wear a mask to become the city’s most dangerous assassin, the White Rose. My life is in danger each time I stop Ethan’s plans to protect the realm, for if he succeeds in saving Malovia, his own life will be forfeit. But I must keep the identity of the White Rose a secret, even from my mate. If Ethan discovers I’ve become a vigilante for the dark side, we’ll pay for it with our lives… Ethan The realm has been cast in shadow. My evil cousin and his venomous mate are ravenous for the throne, and if I don’t prevent their coronation, everything the fae stand for will be lost to war forever. But the gods seem determined to curse me, for they’ve put a cunning assassin in my path. The White Rose has thwarted every chance I’ve had to restore my honor and keep my kingdom safe. The mystery has begun to unravel. I will discover the woman behind the mask, even if it costs me everything. The White Rose will fall. And it will be by my blade she meets her fate… *** Ignite secret worlds and battle against dark magic in this sexy shifter addition to the Hidden Legends universe. Sorceresses, royal fae, and romance comes to a shocking reveal that readers won't see coming. Fans of The Phantom of the Opera will fall for Emma and Ethan's romance! The second book in the University of Sorcery saga! This series takes place in the Hidden Legends Universe, along with the Academy of Magical Creatures series, the College of Witchcraft series, and the Prison for Supernatural Offenders series. The Hidden Legends universe features college-aged protagonists attending magical academies, dual points-of-view, disabled and diverse main characters, and steamy, empowering romances. Each series stands on its own and can be read in any order. This is a full-length novel over 400 pages. Ages 18+

Ballerina Wings

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Publisher : Random House Books for Young Readers
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ISBN 10 : 0375813330
Pages : 24 pages
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Download or read book Ballerina Wings written by Irene Trimble and published by Random House Books for Young Readers. This book was released on 2001 with total page 24 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Cassie the dragon loves to dance but she must find a way to participate in the Bug Ballet without squashing the little ballerina bugs.

Please-- Don't Tease the Dragon!

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ISBN 10 : 1570710163
Pages : 141 pages
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Download or read book Please-- Don't Tease the Dragon! written by Dave Rudolf and published by Sourcebooks Incorporated. This book was released on 1994 with total page 141 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A collection of silly songs, such as "I Love Squishy Things", "The Comfortable Couch", and "Under the Rock".

Something Musical Happened at the Library

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ISBN 10 : 0838909426
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Download or read book Something Musical Happened at the Library written by Rob Reid and published by American Library Association. This book was released on 2007-07-02 with total page 158 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A guide to making music a part of a children's story hour provides lesson plans that mix picture books with songs, an annotated bibliography, and a discography.

Dragon

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Download or read book Dragon written by Zoe Dawson and published by Zoe Dawson. This book was released on 2019-07-30 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: During the chaotic upheaval of his team, guys transferring, new guys coming in, and the veterans are left dealing with the loss of one of their own, Ryuu “Dragon” Shannon heads home for a visit to his Brooklyn neighborhood. He discovers that Jo is living with his mom, and to his shock, he finds his one-night stand with his tattoo artist produced a daughter, Ceri. He’d been drunk that night, and she’d been willing. As they work to navigate his newfound place in Jo and Ceri’s lives, he’s charmed by their sweet daughter and starts to fall for the girl he’d never gotten the chance to know and who has grown into a woman he can’t get off his mind. Josephine Moretti is glad that Dragon is back for an extended leave. She remembered touching his body both when she gave him his distinctive tattoo and the night they spent together. A night that changed her life and…gave her Ceri. She’d had a thing for him, but had never gotten to know him as well as she hoped. He’d disappeared and she didn’t know how to get in touch with him. Now he was a Navy SEAL, and as far as she could tell, nothing had changed. Things were about to get complicated now that he was home and she wants her little girl to know her dad. But, Dragon has been away for a while, and Jo’s learned to take care of them both, but when a threat from Dragon’s past threatens them all, she finds that Dragon is every inch the hero she thought he was and maybe, just maybe, an amazing dad for Ceri.

A Dragon’S Human

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ISBN 10 : 9781532003790
Pages : 488 pages
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Download or read book A Dragon’S Human written by Cecilia Lietz and published by iUniverse. This book was released on 2016-09-24 with total page 488 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: You would think that once you got to know another world things would be easier, right? Wrong. Things do not get easier because you know about another world hidden within your own. They actually make things a lot more complicated than necessary. Try planning a wedding for your two best friends, having a ball with it, and then being closed off as the Mystic Realm invades your world, shrouding it in mystery. It is bad enough that Connie and Sam get married, but then they refuse to tell me where they are honeymooning. Now I have to go back to Prince Rupert and deal with a whisperer-deprived dragon and my lunatic family who refuses to let me pursue my dancing career. The insanity does not stop there, though. No, there is also a witch, a mage, a long lost father, and two childhood friends who enter the scene. My name is Judith Elizabeth Bachor. I am confident, intimidating and I know how to get the information I need. Because I am aware of the Mystic Realm, I am defined as a knower a dragons human, and youre about to read my story. Will you let others dictate your worth and limit your options, or will you take control and create your own way in life?

Green Grass Grace

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ISBN 10 : 9781416583042
Pages : 304 pages
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Download or read book Green Grass Grace written by Shawn McBride and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2007-11-01 with total page 304 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Henry "Hank" Toohey, a thirteen-year-old altar boy, is an incessant smart-ass with a deep love of life...and other four-letter words. But with his foul mouth comes a heart of gold, and he's going to need it to get through the last weekend of summer 1984. Everyone up and down St. Patrick Street, Henry's claustrophobic Irish-Catholic block in Philadelphia -- with its seventy-eight row homes, seventy-eight skinny mile-high lawns, seventy-eight statues of saints, and seventy-eight Mondale-Ferraro signs -- knows that the Toohey family is falling apart. Henry's mailman father is having an affair with a neighbor lady right under his mother's nose. His big brother has been a drunken mess since his girlfriend died. And his little sister is counting on him to keep her laughing through it all. But Henry has a plan to pull the family back together: He'll propose to his chain-smoking fourteen-year-old girlfriend, Grace McClain, at a neighborhood wedding. To prepare, he and his ragtag group of friends pinball around the streets, making elaborate plans for his proposal, riding bikes, rating breasts, bothering the local merchants, talking trash about Mike Schmidt and Bob Seger, and kissing behind the seafood-store dumpster. Gritty, giddy, and bursting with Henry's boundless energy, Green Grass Grace is a heart-thumping rocket ride back to adolescence that is riotously funny and tragic at the same time.

Vaughn (Russian Dragon Heat 2)

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ISBN 10 : 9781910597934
Pages : 170 pages
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Download or read book Vaughn (Russian Dragon Heat 2) written by Carole Mortimer and published by Carole Mortimer. This book was released on 2021-03-26 with total page 170 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: VAUGH (Russian Dragon Heat 2) is the second book in the Amazon #1 Russian Dragon Heat paranormal series. At only two hundred years old, Vaugh is the youngest of the seven Romanov dragon-shifter brothers. He almost died three months ago when he was unexpectedly attacked by a dragon hunter. Having previously been the most laid-back of the Romanov brothers the attack has changed him. He’s no longer the easy-going charmer he used to be but has become introspective and taciturn. It’s this newfound impatience which makes Vaughn reluctant to travel to London to act as bodyguard to one of Russia’s principal ballet dancers. He’ll go, of course, because none of his brothers are available to do so, but that doesn’t mean he has to like babysitting Anastasia Chenkova. Until he meets her and realizes she’s his fated mate. Anastasia had never set foot outside of Russia before embarking on this world tour three months ago with The Turov Ballet Company. It isn’t anything like she’d thought it would be. Their stays in different cities around the world are brief, and with the demands of rehearsals and performances there isn’t any time for her to visit some of the wonders of those cities she had previously only seen in photographs but had long dreamed of visiting. Worse, she has acquired a stalker, one who leaves gifts in her dressing room and hotel suite. How or when he manages to gain access, to the theatre or her hotel room, is a mystery. But the cards accompanying the flowers are becoming more and more demanding of her attention. The company director is concerned enough by them that he no longer considers their own security to be enough and has called in someone from outside. The blond-haired Vaughn Romanov is six and a half feet tall and ruggedly handsome, and in spite of his gruff nature, Anastasia find herself attracted to his good looks and all those defined muscles. It’s an attraction Vaughn doesn’t seem able to resist either. But Anastasia senses Vaughn is hiding something, she just has no idea it’s a secret that will change her previous perspective of the world and challenge every one of her dreams for the future.

Don't Act, Just Dance

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ISBN 10 : 9780813565286
Pages : 228 pages
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Download or read book Don't Act, Just Dance written by Catherine Gunther Kodat and published by Rutgers University Press. This book was released on 2014-12-26 with total page 228 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: At some point in their career, nearly all the dancers who worked with George Balanchine were told “don’t act, dear; just dance.” The dancers understood this as a warning against melodramatic over-interpretation and an assurance that they had all the tools they needed to do justice to the steps—but its implication that to dance is already to act in a manner both complete and sufficient resonates beyond stage and studio. Drawing on fresh archival material, Don’t Act, Just Dance places dance at the center of the story of the relationship between Cold War art and politics. Catherine Gunther Kodat takes Balanchine’s catch phrase as an invitation to explore the politics of Cold War culture—in particular, to examine the assumptions underlying the role of “apolitical” modernism in U.S. cultural diplomacy. Through close, theoretically informed readings of selected important works—Marianne Moore’s “Combat Cultural,” dances by George Balanchine, Merce Cunningham, and Yuri Grigorovich, Stanley Kubrick’s Spartacus, and John Adams’s Nixon in China—Kodat questions several commonly-held beliefs about the purpose and meaning of modernist cultural productions during the Cold War. Rather than read the dance through a received understanding of Cold War culture, Don’t Act, Just Dance reads Cold War culture through the dance, and in doing so establishes a new understanding of the politics of modernism in the arts of the period.

The Dragon and the Stars

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ISBN 10 : 9781101187388
Pages : 320 pages
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Download or read book The Dragon and the Stars written by Derwin Mak and published by Penguin. This book was released on 2010-05-04 with total page 320 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: An all-new anthology of Chinese culture-inspired science fiction This unique collection of science fiction tales demonstrates the diversity of the Chinese experience around the world, merging China's rich heritage with new traditions, offering North American readers an opportunity to discover these exciting writers.

Sports spiced and pastimes peppered, by Greendragon and Dandelion

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Download or read book Sports spiced and pastimes peppered, by Greendragon and Dandelion written by Greendragon (pseud.) and published by . This book was released on 1884 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:

The Dragon's Tail

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ISBN 10 : 9781848947986
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Download or read book The Dragon's Tail written by Adam Williams and published by Hachette UK. This book was released on 2012-03-01 with total page 608 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Harry Airton, a Scottish fisherman, has China in his blood. A chance encounter with a spook during the Korean War gives him the opportunity to return to the land of his birth and serve his goverment at the same time. They hatch a long-term plan to create the perfect spy: a triple agent with a cover that cant be broken, because its genuine. What Harry doesnt realise is that if he is setting the perfect trap, the Communist Chinese may also be finding the perfect bait. And that as the Cold War escalates and China marches towards Cultural Revolution and the end of the twentieth-century, the fates of two people who love each other are entirely unimportant.

Dance with the Dragon

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ISBN 10 : 9781466864542
Pages : 384 pages
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Download or read book Dance with the Dragon written by David Hagberg and published by Forge Books. This book was released on 2014-02-04 with total page 384 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The CIA is on edge. All signs indicate that something is coming at the United States. Perhaps another 9/11, maybe bigger. The body of CIA agent Louis Updegraf ends up on the steps of the US Embassy in Mexico. His last operation was to tap into the communications of the Chinese Embassy, but there is no record of why. He appeared to be freelancing and the Agency must scramble to get a clue as to what he was after. Kirk McGarvey, serving as a visiting professor at the University of Florida, is once again longing for the action of the field. So when his old friend Otto Rencke asks him to help figure out the connection between China and the murdered agent, it takes almost no effort to get McGarvey up and running. The only informant they can find is an enigmatic Iranian belly dancer—the dark and lovely Shahrzad Shadmand. But her story changes with the wind, and her knowledge of McGarvey's past is uncanny. Kirk McGarvey must unravel her shattered mind to get to something that might resemble the truth. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Masculinity, Intersectionality and Identity

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ISBN 10 : 9783030900007
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Download or read book Masculinity, Intersectionality and Identity written by Douglas S. Risner and published by Springer Nature. This book was released on 2022 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This unparalleled collection, international and innovative in scope, analyzes the dynamic tensions between masculinity and dance. Introducing a lens of intersectionality, the books content examines why, despite burgeoning popular and contemporary representations of a normalization of dancing masculinities, some boys dont dance and why many of those who do struggle to stay involved. Prominent themes of identity, masculinity, and intersectionality weave throughout the books conceptual frameworks of education and schooling, cultures, and identities in dance. Incorporating empirical studies, qualitative inquiry, and reflexive accounts, Doug Risner and Beccy Watson have assembled a unique volume of original chapters from established scholars and emerging voices to inform the future direction of interdisciplinary dance scholarship and dance education research. The books scope spans several related disciplines including gender studies, queer studies, cultural studies, performance studies, and sociology. The volume will appeal to dancers, educators, researchers, scholars, students, parents, and caregivers of boys who dance. Accessible at multiple levels, the content is relevant for undergraduate students across dance, dance education, and movement science, and graduate students forging new analysis of dance, pedagogy, gender theory, and teaching praxis. Doug Risner is Professor of Dance and Distinguished Faculty Fellow, Wayne State University, and conducts research on the sociology of dance education, gender in dance, and humanizing dance pedagogies. His books include Stigma & Perseverance in the Lives of Boys Who Dance (2009); Hybrid Lives of Teaching Artists in Dance and Theatre Arts (2014); Dance & Gender: An Evidence-Based Approach (2017 ); and Ethical Dilemmas in Dance Education (2020) which in 2021 received the Susan W. Stinson Book Award for Dance Education and the NDEO Ruth Lovell Murray Book Award. Beccy Watson is Reader in the Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds Beckett University, UK. Her research focuses on feminist/critical epistemologies, social inequalities and intersections across leisure, sport and dance contexts. She is a co-editor of the Palgrave Handbook of Feminism and Sport, Leisure and Physical Recreation (2018). .