Reviews

4 Sep

For the 2009 Talent Defined I entered The Battle of the Ego dance that was choreographed for The Alter Ego.

Here is a review from the dance.

Kay-Ann Ward. Her “Battle of the Ego” was an elegant ebb and flow of power and challenge performed by Megan Evans and Ward herself. The choreography resembled a cock fight, filled as it was with animal imagery. What made this piece particularly surprising was Ward’s choice of music. Her backdrop was selections from Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flute”, and the dichotomy between the danced conflict and classical music heightened the struggle.

Here is also reviews that came from those who attended The Alter Ego Show on August 23rd, 2009.

 Nena Kheman  “It was absolutely brilliant. I loved it.
I haven’t seen something like that.”

 Jennifer Cortez  “Amazing Show last night!!! STUNNING!!”

 Bokgabane  “That was realy hot I  like the style, flavour and passion, well done.
Next one I’ll be there,  i enjoyed it, don’t let it go away…..”

 Christina Kheman   “The Alter Ego was great. Music was good. The dancing, well, it was fantastic. I will be there again next year.”

 Omni Haley   “WoW the performance was sooo….UH…. ErOtIQUE 😛 PAssionate and DEEEEEP! WOW…. Sensually inspiring-sort of frightening too witht he idea of the Alter Ego’s seeming to have to be absolutely Perfect, no room for “out-of lineness” maybe even “creativity”? I Appreciated also the use of colours and the order in wich they came~ From all th same gold(egos) then into black and white…the shadows… then growing with a litte more variation with sexuality and for the finale of the rainbows~
Very intence~ Almost scandalous! wait… no almost about it…”

 Sarah “Bravo to you. Bravo!!! The show was great.”

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2 Responses to “Reviews”

  1. Rick Frank September 4, 2009 at 4:22 pm #

    I should have commented long ago. The show was brilliant. The choreography & execution was way above “standard”.

    It was evident that everyone on stage was loving it, so how could we not as well?

    I can only imagine the work put in to make a final performance of this calibre. Truly a labour of love.

    Thanks for sharing it.

    • kayannward September 4, 2009 at 4:38 pm #

      Thank You..:)

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