On this episode of DLEW, I talk with San Francisco based dancer and choreographer, Rebecca Morris.
This episode is what DLEW is ALL ABOUT. Rebecca and I TRULY are delving into the things that no one else talks about: why it’s so hard for dance to FILL SEATS, what NEW TECHNOLOGIES mean for dance as an artform, and what the FUTURE of dance may be. If you’ve never tuned into DLEW before, this is the time.
Dance Like Everyone’s Watching with Andrea Muhlbauer is the show that brings you inspiration and insight into the world of dance and choreography. Andrea and her amazing guests are saying the things that no one else will. D.L.E.W. will tackle the MAJOR problems facing dance and the arts: the diminishing of audiences, the rise of new technologies, and the loss of artistic purpose. Slightly controversial opinions and real talk are guaranteed.
Rebecca Morris is a San Francisco based dancer and choreographer. She grew up studying ballet at Berkeley Ballet Theater and began immersing herself in the study of modern dance, contact improvisation and choreography at Cornish College of the Arts where she earned a BFA in Dance in 2008, with an emphasis in choreography. She currently dances for Blind Tiger Society and kaneisee|collective, of which she is a founding member. She has also worked with Garrett + Moulton Productions, Cali & Co, Northwest Dance Syndrome, Walrus Dance Theater and various local choreographers. In addition to dancing, she teaches classical Pilates and is the administrative assistant for Garrett + Moulton Productions.
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