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About macromovement

Choreographer, Dance Filmmaker, Producer, Yoga Teacher, Traveler

Dance Film Premieres

Always the dilemma of an artist: do you spend time running the business of promoting yourself to do you actually do the act of creativity? I’ve obviously chosen the latter since I last updated the blog in 2013, but I … Continue reading

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Ann Makes Dances: The Year in Review – 2013

As I spend this snowy day catching up on archiving choreography videos and photographs, thought I’d share the multitude of projects that got underway for me in 2013! As always, the annual upper school musical, where I teach full-time, went … Continue reading

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Rave de Danza para Todos: Rosario, Argentina

After a decade of conversations and discussions with the directors of the Rave de la Danza, I get to be a guest artist this year at this biennial dance festival…one of the largest in Latin America.  Emphasis is on opening … Continue reading

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Dancing with the Locals in Oaxaca

Oaxaca, Mexico is the home to the most amazing indigenous dance festival. Everyone welcomes you with open arms and shots of mezcal….here’s my attempt at learning one of the simpler steps.

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The Real Oaxaca, Part II

Bugs rule Oaxaca.  Apparently, VW runs a giant beatle factory and hence some of the reason you’ll find these on nearly every street corner. 

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The Real Oaxaca, Part I

One of the most promoted parts of tourism for Oaxaca, Mexico is the cuisine, and rightfully so.  This is the home of the real moles amongst many other dishes and unusual and tasty ingredients.  For this reason, I intentionally looked … Continue reading

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NYC Dances in Princeton

New Jerseyers, If you missed the films, “NYC Dances” in Brooklyn because you were too lazy to take NJ transit to Penn Station, then 2 other subway lines and a 10 minute walk to get there, now you’re in luck. … Continue reading

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