Ingenuity is the adventure we are about to explore today…
Here’s to being bold, fearless and progression. Cheers to “Jili Walker “. Cheers to @phume.jili . Keep dancing, keep walking in the path of success. Be first, Keep walking. @johnniewalkersa
From the dance floor to the booth: Our Top 16 SA tracks from SA dancer’s (performing artists) / ex dancers. Show some love, Follow them, support & listen.
Anxiety is not something that is uncommon to us as dancers. The majority of dancers experience anxiety before performing, which is referred to as performance anxiety. As a seasoned dancer, you get used to this experience and often even learn to embrace it. I mean “nerves are good”, right?
If floss makes you think of dental care or shoot makes you think of gun control..this might not be the article for you. Maybe it might just be an opportunity to learn about some street/urban dance terminology, you know, fit in with these millennial's and born frees.
I would tell myself to keep pushing. All the hard work eventually pays off. Also, try and take a few more tap-dance and singing classes, keep stretching and take care of your body a little more - those small niggles will come back to bite you.
If possible, this interview would be done over lunch at Chicken Licken with some Armand de Brignac. The person we are about to interview introduced me to Pusha–T and sparked my interest in Physical Theatre; because of this my thinking behind dance and design was exposed to another plateau. I instantly became an admirer of artists like Marina Abramovic, Ido Portal, and Gregory Maqoma, just to name a few. Ladies and gentlemen, please help us introduce our next guest, Shannon Tootla, by sharing or liking this article. [Sounds of fingers clicking away.]
Business and Arts South Africa released this on the 9th of April 2020. Please share or have a read if the requirements might applicable to you or a business you know.
We have been a fan of your work for a while now. Not only your breaking, but just how your brand has evolved over the years. I would firstly like to thank you for taking this interview and I will try keep it as short as possible as I know you are very busy during this time.
Dance Africa Network caught up with the ladies (Anuq Wilson & Leticia Fisher-Marshall) behind the initiative of Soulitary, an online dance platform keeping the dance community going during the Covid-19 lock-down, in South Africa. Here is how the interview went.