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Marina Del Basso

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Name of Article:

 Marina Del Basso

Page number of the article:

 Page 2

Date of the Article:

 7th March 2012

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

 This specific article summarises Marina DelBasso herself... A strong independent local Perth choreographer and producer who has grown up dancing from the age of four alongside her younger sister Leanna, studying jazz, classical ballet, tap, Acrobats, character, highland and irish styles at the Norma Alkinson School of Dance. Marina has some of 30 years experience in the Arts and brings a strong vision and talent to the Acadamy. For 26 years she directed one of Perth's leading performing arts school, Vogue Entertainment, before leaving to establish one of her own.. Australia's Performing Arts Network (APAN). Marina's career highlight was winning "producer of the year". After organising all of the dance acts for Channel 7's Telethon for six years in a row!

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 No, there is no publicity for a performance in this article.

 

 Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 Yes, this article is an editorial acknowledging the achievements of Perth choreographer and producer, Marina DelBasso.

Is there a picture? What is it ?

The picture attached is one of which displays Marina's new establishment (studio) APAN, Australia's Performing Arts Network.

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Visit Subiaco Event: Hello Dolly!

Visit Subiaco Event: Hello Dolly! | Dance Articles | Scoop.it
Presented by Iona Presentation College.



Hello, Dolly is an irresistible story of the joy of living, glittering with happy songs and alive with the personality of one of the most fabulous characters on the musical stage. Hello, Dolly, played for 2844 performances on Broadway and won 10 Tony Awards!



Classic musical numbers include, Put On Your Sunday Clothes, Before the Parade Passes By, Elegance and the timeless classic, Hello Dolly! From the team that brought you Anything Goes and Guys and Dolls, Hello, Dolly will play for four performances only from April 4, 2014 at the Regal Theatre.




For more information about the show and venue, please visit The Regal Theatre website.



For ticketing pricing and info, please visit Ticketek.
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Name of Article:

 Visit Subiaco Event: Hello Dolly!

Page number of the article:

  page 26

Date of the Article:

 12th Dec 2013

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

 Included in this article is the promotion of a school musical ~ Iona Presentation College's school musical showcasing "Hello Dolly!" at Perth's Subiaco Regal Theatre. It includes and informs the viewer of different times and date in which the cast are performing at and also provides us with an insight to the musical itself! For example, "Hello Dolly is an irritable story of the joy of living, glittering with happy songs and alive with the personality of one." The article also presents the viewer with information such as it being Iona's 4th production performed at the Regal Theatre ~ which for a school is pretty incredible and inspiring!

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 Yes, this article defiantly publicises Iona's production of Hello Dolly as both an education institution performance and an independent one also. 

 

Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 This article is not an editorial merely just informing the viewer of the opening and closing nights providing dates and times.

Is there a picture? What is it ?

The picture attached is the Hello Dolly logo used by the school.

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Be Your Self | Australian Dance Theatre

Be Your Self | Australian Dance Theatre | Dance Articles | Scoop.it
Theatre news, reviews, interviews and what's on around Australia
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Name of Article:

Be Yourself, Australian Dance Theatre

 

Page number of the article:

 N/A

Date of the Article:

 Monday 22nd Feb 2010

 

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

This is article is mainly about publicising Australian Dance Theatre for  people to go and watch the show at Her Majesty's Theatre  as it is renowned for it's cutting edge explorations into the boarders of contemporary dance. Through this article it is evident that Be Yourself, is not an easily digestible piece of dance theatre, and some of its ‘wow’ factor is be credited to having a very large budget to play with. Choreographer ,Garry Stewart is interviewed and is known for his  passion for film and multimedia in which has taken the company from strength to strength.

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 Yes, in my opinion this article is publicising ADT for a performance as  the date, venue and ticket price are clearly displayed at the bottom of the page. From a readers perspective it does look like the Australian Dance Theatre is an independent project in which showcases their talents on a regular basis, from seeing their page on the internet.

 

Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 No, this article is not a editorial and there is no breaking news, it just  simply promotes the Australian Dance Theatre on a very high level in which grasps the viewers attention and hopefully brings them to the different pieces and especially Be Yourself in which ADT have to offer.

 

Is there a picture? What is it ?

Yes, there is a picture attached to the article in which displays 8 different dancers in which are apart of the Be Yourself cast all standing in formation with their costumes on and in character.

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Eliminated 'SYTYCD' hopefuls 'tap' their way into their dancing futures

Eliminated 'SYTYCD' hopefuls 'tap' their way into their dancing futures | Dance Articles | Scoop.it
Tappers Curtis Holland and Alexis Juliano say nothing will stop them from pursuing their tap dancing dreams.
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 Eliminated "SYTYCD" hopefuls "tap" their way into their dancing futures.

Page number of the article:

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Date of the Article:

 8/1/2013

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

 This article displays the different challenges that each partner in the duo ( Alexis Juliano and Curtis Holland)  had to face in the competition they entered into called "So you think You Can Dance" . After their elimination on “SYTYCD” Tuesday night, the tappers Alexis Juliano and Curtis Holland couldn’t be more proud of their dance specialty and how successful it has made the duo throughout the competition.  Juliano believes that of which  normally tappers don’t make it far, but now that he has achieved in the Top 14 he feels like he has a better chance of making it in the real world.  “I think normally tappers don’t make it far, but I think Top 14 is pretty good,” says 18 year-old Juliano in a recent interview. " Whereas,  Holland didn’t think he knew that it was going to happen (being eliminated) , but he definitely considered it because he wasn’t able to show the judges anything because of his injury. This is evident in the following,  “I prepared myself for going home, but always tried to be optimistic and look for the better parts in things.” Says Holland.

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 No, this article is not promoting a performance of any kind, just the fact that two teenage contestants in the T.V show "SYTYCD" have been eliminated from the competition for several different reasons.

 

Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 Yes, this article is an editorial spreading information to the public that two contestants have been eliminated from the t.v show.

 

Is there a picture? What is it ?

The picture in the article clearly displays the two contestants headshot  's Juliano and Holland.

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Ochre Contemporary Dance Company at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe

Ochre Contemporary Dance Company at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe | Dance Articles | Scoop.it
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Name of Article:

 Ochre Contemporary Dance Company at Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe.

Page number of the article:

 Page 16

Date of the Article:

 8-Aug-2012

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

 This article gives the viewer a main idea of the spectacular event Sculptures By the Sea in which was filled with entertainment by a Contemporary Dance Company, Ochre. We are informed that of which a crowd of 2,000 guests gathered to watch the New West Australian Dance Company perform as the sun set over the Indian ocean. The viewer is also informed that Ochre is now established as a contemporary dance platform for Indigenous and Non- Indigenous professional dancers and was launched in May 2012 in Perth by the minister for culture and performing arts.

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 No, this article is not publicising any performance it is only promoting how spectacular and wonderful the performance was that took place at the picturesque Cottesloe beach.

 

Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 No, the article isn't an 100% editorial it is more like a review of the evening.

Is there a picture? What is it ?

Yes, the picture attached is an image of the Ochre dance company and what it was like on the night of the event.

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Birdbrain : Australian Dance Theatre

Australia’s pre-eminent contemporary dance company
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 Birdbrain: Australian Dance Theatre

Page number of the article:

 N/A

Date of the Article:

 2014

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

 This article mainly provides a synopsis of the Australian Dance Theatre contemporary dance piece "Bird Brain" and the fact that it is choreographer Garry Stewarts first full length work for A.D.T and an insight into a new vocabulary of dance that he has bought to the company. The viewer is also informed that the piece includes elements of classical ballet, contemporary dance, break dance, yoga and gymnastics, as well as video art and electronic music.

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 Yes, in my opinion it is certainly promoting publicity for a performance. A.D.T is an independent performance company so I do strongly agree that Bird Brain will be performed to the public given that they pay for a ticket!

 

Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 This article is not of any editorial purposes, mainly just the fact of informing the public and society of Bird Brain's commencement and Garry Stewarts situation as choreographer. 

Is there a picture? What is it ?

Yes, there is a picture attached to the article, one of which includes eight cast members of Bird Brain in formation... resembling birds.

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'SYTYCD' choreographer Stacey Tookey keeps creative fire burning

'SYTYCD' choreographer Stacey Tookey keeps creative fire burning | Dance Articles | Scoop.it
The acclaimed choreographer reflects on the talent in Season 9, her Emmy-nomination and her new dance company.
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 "SYTYCD" choreographer Stacey Tookey keeps creative fire burning.

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Date of the Article:

 9/6/2012

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

This is article refers to the creativity of choreographer Stacey Tookey and the fact that it has to be so unique and different  in Season 9 of SYTYCD, her Emmy- nomination and her new dance company. Stacey finds this year that she has to push herself in terms of creativity within her dance pieces as there have been hundreds and hundreds of dance routines on the last nine seasons of SYTYCD and all of them have to be unique and individual. Tookey says its helps having competitors with such a wide range of backgrounds. She says because competitors are so different, you end up pushing yourself and your own creativity trying to use the dancers and their talents. Tookey also notes that, working outside the "guy and girl" pairing it can be more challenging to come up with choreographic narrative concepts as it is so much easier having the "romantic" storyline. This forces Tookey as the choreographer to push herself in a different way.

Tookey also finds it challenging having so much dance on t.v for example, "Smash" and "Dancing with the stars" and "So you think you can dance" as everyone is raising the bar so you need new and exciting pieces all the time in which grasps the viewers attention.

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 No, this isn't an article in which publicises a performance. In my opinion it informs the viewer of such great standard that SYTYCD has of their choreographers in which fascinates them and then they will then want to go and watch the seasons. 

 

Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 Yes, this article is an editorial in which the breaking news is that of choreographer Stacey Tookey keeps creative and her fire burning.

 

Is there a picture? What is it ?

The picture that this article includes is a headshot of choreographer Stacey Tookey from So You Think You Can Dance.

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Joseph Gatti and Adiarys Almeida Return for The Nutcracker

Joseph Gatti and Adiarys Almeida Return for The Nutcracker | Dance Articles | Scoop.it
Ever heard of freelance dancing? Independent ballet dancers Joseph Gatti and Adiarys Almeida — formerly of the Cincinnati Ballet — stepped out as free agents this past July, following five years of contracts with some illustrious international compani
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Name of Article:

 Joseph Gatti and Adiarys Alemeida Return for The Nutcracker

Page number of the article:

 12

Date of the Article:

 Dec 18th 2013

Summary of the Article (Who, what, when, where, how and why ?)

This article talks about independent ballet dancers Joseph Gatti and Adiarys Alemida and their return to the "Nutcracker", after formally from the Cincinatti ballet, and the way in which they have stepped out as free agents this past July, after following five years of contract work with international companies. The couple have become "one" off stage, meaning that they are together. After two years the pair signed with Boston Ballet where they spent three years out on their own. Almeida says she finds it difficult doing contract work as after you finish one contract you have to prove yourself for the next one every time.

 

Is it publicity for a performance? … If so what kind ? (festival, educational institution performance, an independent project?)

 Yes, this is publicity for the Nutcracker performance piece as it displays the two independent ballet dancers practicing a pose in which appears to be involved in the production.

 

Is the article an editorial? What is the breaking news ?

 This article is very much so an editorial piece in which wants to engage with the viewer to make them attend the performance.

Is there a picture? What is it ?

The image attached to the article displays the two ballet dancers Gatti and Alemeida practicing for the performance of "The Nutcracker".

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