Introduction to Dance Timeline

  • Period: 19,997 BCE to 10,000 BCE

    Paleolithic Age

    • Starts about 2.5 million years ago
  • Period: 10,000 BCE to 2200 BCE

    Neolithic Age

  • Period: 625 BCE to 476

    Roman Empire

  • Period: 476 to 1450

    Medieval Era

  • 1522


    It is any of several forms played and danced in Britain and Ireland and elsewhere from the 16th century until the present day.
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    Baroque Era

  • Tap Dance

    Tap Dance
  • Broadway

    Are the theatrical performances presented in 41 professional theaters.
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    Pre-Romantic Period

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    The Classical Period

    • Classical ballet developed in the late 19th century
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    The Romantic Period

    *Romantic ballet is believed to have been experienced in three main phases: The zenith phase from 1830-1840, the decline phase from 1850-1880, and the revival phase in the 1890s
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    "Master Juba"

    He was an African American dancer active in the 1840s. He was one of the first black performers in the United States to play onstage for white audiences and the only one of the era to tour with a white minstrel gr
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    It was an American form of theater where mostly white actors wore blackface makeup, in the purpose of comically portraying racial stereotypes of African Americans.
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    Loie Fuller

    She was an American dancer and a pioneer of modern dance and theatrical lighting techniques.
  • Maxi Dance

    It is occasionally known as the Brazilian tango and is a dance that originated in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro.
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    Isadora Duncan

    She was an American-born dancer and choreographer, who was a pioneer of modern contemporary dance.
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    Bill “Bojangles” Robinson

    He was an American tap dancer, actor, and singer, the best known and the most highly paid African-American entertainer in the United States during the first half of the 20th century.
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    Ruth St. Denis

    She was an American pioneer of modern dance introducing eastern ideas into the art and paving the way for other women in dance
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    Rudolf von Laban

    He was an Austro-Hungarian, German and British dance artist, choreographer, and dance theorist. He is considered a "founding father of expressionist dance" and a pioneer of modern dance.
  • Tango

    It is a partner dance and social dance that originated along the Rio de la Plata, the natural border between Argentina and Uruguay.
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    Early Modern Dance

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    Vaudeville is a light entertainment that took place in the United States. It consisted of 10 to 15 individual unrelated acts, featuring magicians, acrobats, comedians, trained animals, juggles, singers, and dancers.
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    Oscar Hammerstein II

    Rodgers and Hammerstein were a theater-writing team of composer Richard Rodgers (1902-1979) and lyricist-dramatist Oscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960), who together created a series of innovative and influential American musicals. Their musical theater writing partnership has been called the greatest of the 20th century.
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    Ted Shawn

    He was a pioneer of American modern dance. He created the Denishawn School together with his wife Ruth St. Denis.
  • Serpentine Dance

    It is a form of dance that was popular throughout the United States and Europe in the 1890s.
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    Martha Graham

    She was an American modern dancer and choreographer. Her style, the Graham technique, reshaped American dance and is still taught worldwide.
  • Labanotation

    It is a system of symbols that can be sued to record and communicate movements. It was developed by Rudolf von Laban in the early 1900s.
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    Fred Astaire

    He was an American dancer, actor, singer, choreographer, and presenter. He is widely regard as the “greatest popular-music dancer of all time.”
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    Kurt Jooss

    He was a famous German ballet dancer and choreographer mixing classical ballet with theatre. He is also widely regarded as the founder of Tanztheater.
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    "Two colored" rule

    This rule stipulated black performers couldn't appear alone onstage.
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    Richard Rodgers

    Rodgers and Hammerstein were a theater-writing team of composer Richard Rodgers (1902-1979) and lyricist-dramatist Oscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960), who together created a series of innovative and influential American musicals. Their musical theater writing partnership has been called the greatest of the 20th century.
  • Anchors Aweigh

    "Anchor Aweigh” is the fight song of the United States Naval Academy and unofficial march song of the United Sates Navy. It was composed in 1906 by Charles A. Zimmerman, with lyrics by Alfred Hart Miles.
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    He was a choreographer. His choreography is characterized by plotless ballets with minimal costume and décor, performed to classical and neoclassical music.
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    Agnes de Mille

    She was an American dancer and choreographer.
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    Antony Tudor

    Antony Tudor was an English ballet choreographer, teacher, and dancer.
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    Katherine Dunham

    She was an American dancer, choreographer, anthropologist, and social activist. She had one of the most successful dance careers of the 20th century, and directed her own dance company for many years.
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    Alwin Nikolais

    He was an American choreographer, dancer, composer, musician, teacher. He had created the Nikolais Dance Theatre, and was best known for his self-designed innovative costume, lighting and production design.
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    Jack Cole

    He was an American dancer, choreographer, and theatre director known as “the father of Theatrical Jazz Dance” for his role in codifying African-American jazz dance styles, as influenced by the dance traditions of other cultures, for Broadway and Hollywood. He described his style as “urban folk dance.”
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    Ginger Rogers

    She was an American actress, dancer, and singer during the Golden Age of Hollywood.
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    Gene Kelly

    He was an American dancer, actor, singer, director, and choreographer. He was known for his energetic and athletic dancing style and sought to create a new form of American dance accessible to the general public, which he called “dance for the common man.”
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    Nicholas Brothers

    They were an entertainment act composed of brothers, who excelled I. Variety if dance techniques.
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    The Denishawn School of Dancing and Related Arts helped many perfect their dancing talents. It became the first dance academy in the United States to produce a professional dance company.
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    Michael Kidd

    He was an American film and stage choreographer, dancer and actor, whose career spanned five decades, and who staged some of the leading Broadway and film musicals of the 1940s and 1950s.
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    Howard "Sandman" Sims

    He was an African-American tap dancer.
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    Jerome Robbins (Jerome Wilson Rabinowitz)

    He was an American dancer, choreographer, film director, theatre director and producer who worked in classical ballet, on stage, on film, and on television. Among his numerous stage productions were On the Town, Peter Pan, High Button Shoes, The King and I, The Pajama Game, Bells are Ringing, West Side Story, Gypsy, and Fiddle on the Roof. He was a five-time Tony Award-winner and a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors.
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    Margot Fonteyn

    Margot Fonteyn was an English ballerina. She spent her entire career as a dancer with the Royal ballet.
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    Merce Cunningham

    He was an American dancer and choreographer who was at the forefront of American modern dance for more than 50 years.
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    Pearl Primus

    She was an American dancer, choreographer, and anthropologist. Primus played an important role in the presentation of African dance to American audiences.
  • Black Bottom

    It is a dance which became popular during the 1920a amid the Jazz Age.
  • Black Bottom

    It is a dance which became popular during the 1920s amid the Jazz Age.
  • Shim-Sham Shimmy

    It is a particular tap dance routine and is regarded as tap dance's national anthem.
  • Soft Shoe

    It is a rhythm form of tap dancing that does not require special shoes, and though rhythm is generated by tapping the feet, it also uses sliding of the feet more often tan modern rhythm tap. It was popularized in the 1920s.
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    Neoclassical Ballet

  • Broadway Tap

    Also known as show tap, the musical or Broadway tap style combines Hollywood with traditional forms of tap. Its main focus is on the performance along with body formations.
  • Charleston

    It is a dance named after the harbor city of Charleston, South Carolina. The rhythm was popularized in mainstream dance music in the United States by a 1923 tune called “The Charleston."
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    Middle Modern Dance

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    Gus Giordano (August Thomas Giordano III)

    He was an American jazz dancer, teacher, and choreographer. He performed on Broadway and in theater and television. Giordano taught jazz dance to thousands around the world. He founded the Gus Giordano Dance School in 1953, Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago in 1963, created the First American Jazz Dance World Congress in 1990 and is the author of Anthology of American Jazz Dance (1975).
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    "Luigi" (Eugene Louis Faccuito)

    He was professionally known as Luigi. He was an American jazz dancer, choreographer, teacher, and innovator who created the jazz exercise technique. The Luigi Warm Up Technique is a training program that promotes body alignment, balance, core strength, and “feeling from the inside.” It is also used for rehabilitation. This method became the world’s first standard technique for teaching jazz and musical theater dance.
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    Apollo is a neoclassical ballet, choreographed by Balanchine.
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    Bob Fosse (Robert Louis Fosse)

    He was an American actor, choreographer, dancer, and film and stage director. He directed and choreographed musical works on stage and screen.
  • Rhythm Tap

    It was made famous by John W Bubbles and it incorporated more percussive heel drops and lower-body movement rather than emphasizing toe taps and upper-body movements.
  • Big Apple

    It is a 1930s square dance version of the jitterbug that was named for the Columbia, SC, club where it originated.
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    Stephen Sondheim

    He was an American composer and lyricist. He is regard as one of the most important figures in 20th-century musical theater.
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    Paul Taylor

    He was an American dancer and choreographer. He founded the Paul Taylor Dance Company in 1954 in New York City.
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    The Green Table

    The Green Table is a ballet by the German choreographer Kurt Jooss. His most popular work, it depicts the futility of peace negotiations of the 1930s.
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    Arthur Mitchel

    Arthur Mitchel was an American ballet dancer, choreographer, and founder and director of ballet companies.
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    Serenade is the first original ballet Balanchine created in America.
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    Yvonne Rainer

    (It's her birthday today!) She is an American dancer, choreographer, and filmmaker, whose work in these disciplines are regarded as challenging and experimental.
  • Snow White

    It is a 1937 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures. It is based on the 1812 German fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. Snow White premiered at the Carthay Circle in Los Angeles, California on December 21, 1937.
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    Rudolf Nureyev

    He was a Soviet-born ballet dancer and choreographer. He is regarded by some as the greatest male ballet dancer of his generation.
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    Steve Paxton

    He is an experimental dancer and choreographer. He was a founding member of the Judson Dance Theater and performed works by Yvonne Rainer and Trisha Brown.
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    Natalia Makarova

    Natalia Makarova is a Russian prima ballerina and choreographer.
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    Pian Bausch

    She was a German dancer and choreographer who was a significant contributor to a neo-expressionist dance tradition known as Tanztheatre.
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    Twyla Tharp

    She is an American dancer, choreographer, and author. In 1966 she formed the company Twyla Tharp Dance. Her work often uses classical music, jazz, and contemporary pop music.
  • Appalachian Spring

    is a ballet created by the American composer Aaron Copland and the choreographer Martha Graham.
  • Dj’ing

    Also known as a disc jockey is a person who plays record music for an audience. In 1943, radio DJ Jimmy Savile launched the world's first DJ dance party.
  • Oklahoma!

    It is the first musical written by the duo of Rodgers and Hammerstein. The original Broadway production opened March 31, 1943.
  • Fancy Free

    It is a ballet composed in 1944 by Leonard Bernstein. The Ballet Theatre premiered the ballet with choreography by Jerome Robbins, scenery by Oliver Smith, costumes by Kermit Love, and lighting by Ronald Bates. Fancy Free provided the basis for the laster musical, On the Town. A portion of the score was also used in the opening scenes of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window.
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    Mats Ek

    Mats Ek is a Swedish dance and ballet choreographer, dancer and stage director. He was the manager of the Cullberg Ballet from 1985 to 1993.
  • Cave of the Heart

    Cave of the Heart is a one-act ballet choreographed by Martha Graham to music by Samuel Barber.
  • Annie Get Your Gun

    It is a musical. The story is a fictionalized version of the Life of Annie Oakley. The 1946 Broadway production was a hit.
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    Late Modern Dance

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    Gregory Hines

    He was an American dancer, actor, choreographer, and singer. He is one of the most celebrated tap dancers of all time.
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    Jiri Kylian

    Jiří Kylián is a Czech former dancer and contemporary dance choreographer. He is considered one of the greatest contemporary dance choreographers in Czech history.
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    Mikhail Baryshnikov

    He is a Latvian and American dancer, choreographer, and actor. He was the preeminent male classical dancer of the 1970s and 1980s.
  • The King and I

    It is the fifth musical by the team Rodgers and Hammerstein. The musical premiered on March 29, 1951, at Broadway’s St. James Theatre.
  • South Pacific

    It is a musical composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. The work premiered in 1949 on Broadway and was an immediate hit, running for 1,925 performances.
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

    It is a musical with a book by Joseph Fields and Anita Loos, lyrics by Leo Robin, and music by June Styne, based on the best-selling 1925 novel of the same name by Loos. The story involves an American woman’s voyage to Paris to perform in a nightclub.
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    Wiliam Forsythe

    He is an American dancer and choreographer. He is recognized for the integration of ballet and visual arts, which displayed both abstraction and forceful theatricality.
  • The Sound of Music

    It was a musical written by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. The original Broadway production opened in 1951. The first London production opened at the Palace Theatre in 1961.
  • An American in Paris

    It is a 1951 American musical romantic comedy film by the 1928 jazz-influenced symphonic poem An American in Paris by George Gershwin.
  • Singing in the Rain

    It is a 1952 American musical romantic comedy film directed and choreographed by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen, starring Kelly, Donald O’Connor, and Debbie Reynolds and featuring Jean Hagen, Millard Mitchell and Cyd Charisse.
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    American Bandstand (AB)

    It is an American music-performance and dance television program that aired regularly in various versions from 1952 to 1989, and was hosted from 1956 until its final season by Dick Clark, who also served as the program ’s producer. It features teenagers dancing to Top 40 music introduced by Clark.
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    Bill T. Jones

    Is an American choreographer, director, author, and dancer. He is the co-founder of the Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Dance Company.
  • Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

    It is a 1954 American musical film. It is based on the short story “The Sobbin’ Women” by Stephen Vincent Benét, which was based in turn on the ancient Roman legend of the Rape of the Sabine Women.
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    Édouard Lock

    He is a Canadian dance choreographer and the founder of the Canadian dance group, La La La Human Steps.
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    He is a Jamaican American DJ who is a pioneer of hip hop music in the Bronx, New York City, in the 1970s.
  • Bye Bye Birdie

    It is a stage musical with music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams, based on a book by Michael Stewart. The original 1960-1961 Broadway production was a Tony Award-winning success.
  • West Side Story

    It is a musical conceived by Jerome Robbins with music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, and a book by Arthur Laurents.
  • Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

    It is a modern dance company based in New York City. It was founded by choreographer and dancer Alvin Ailey.
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    Paula Abdul

    She is an American singer, dancer, choreographer, actress, and television personality. She choreographed music videos for Janet Jackson.
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    Michael Jackson

    He was an American singer, songwriter, dancer, and philanthropist.
  • Butoh

    Butoh is a form of Japanese dance theatre that encompasses a diverse range of activities, techniques, and motivations for dance, performance, or movement.
  • Revelations

    It is the best-known work of the modern dance choreographer Alvin Ailey.
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    Post Modern Dance

    It is a 20th century concert dance form that came into popularity in the early 1960s.
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    Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

    She is a contemporary dance choreographer.
  • The Judson Church

    Judson Dance Theatre was a collective of dancers, composers, and visual artists who performed at the Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village, Manhattan New York City between 1962 and 1964.
  • Fiddler on the Roof

    It is a musical with music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, and book by Joseph Stein. The original Broadway production of the show opened in 1964.
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    Mia Michaels

    She is an American Choreographer and Judge on the the television show So You Think You Can Dance. In 2005 she choreographed Cirque du Soleil’s world tour Delirium and Celine Dion’s A New Day.
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    Janet Jackson

    is an American singer, songwriter, actress’s and dancer. She is noted for her innovative, socially conscious and sexually proactive records, as well as elaborate stage shows. Her sound and choreography became a catalyst in the growth of MTV, enabling her to rise to prominence.
  • Ballin’ Jack:

    It was an American horn rock group formed in Seattle, Washington in 1969 by Luther Rabb and Ronnie Hammon.
  • Hip Hop

    Hip hop dance is a range of street dance styles primarily performed to hip hop music.
  • Breaking

    Also known called b-boying, b-girling, or breakdancing, is a style of street dance originating in the Bronx by African American and Puerto Rican communities in New York City, United States.
  • MC

    The term MC stands for “master of Ceremonies” They freestyle to introduce the DJ with whom they work, to keep the crowd entertained.
  • Graffiti

    It is art that is written, painted or drawn on a wall or other surface, usually without permission and within public view. Graffiti has become visualized as a growing urban problem for many cities, spreading from the New York City subway system and Philadelphia in the early 1970s to the rest of the U.S and Europe and other world regions.
  • Urban Dance

    It is an umbrella term for a large number of social dance styles such as: breakdancing, popping, locking, house dance, waacking, voguing etc.
  • Disco Music

    Disco is a genre of dance music and a subculture that emerged in the 1970s from the United States’ Urban nightlife scene.
  • Waacking

    It is a street dance. The style is typically done to 1970s disco and 1980s post-disco music and is mainly distinguishable by its rotational arm movements, posing and emphasis on expressiveness.
  • Pilobolus

    Pilobolus is an American modern dance company.
  • Grease

    It is a musical with music, lyrics, and a book by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey. The musical is named after the 1950s United States working-class youth subculture known as greasers, and is set in 1959 at the fictional Rydell High School in Northwest Chicago. Grease was first performed on February 5, 1971, at Kingston Mines in Chicago.
  • Cloud Gate Dance Theater

    It is a modern dance group base in Taiwan. It was founded by choreographer Lin-Hwal-min in 1973,
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    Savion Glover

    He is an American tap dancer, actor, and choreographer.
  • Esplanade

    Paul Taylor choreographed Esplanade. It translates to an outdoor place to walk. Paul Taylor was inspired to create this peace after watching a girl running to catch the bus-thus creating a masterwork based on pedestrian movement.
  • Sankai Juku

    Sankai Juku is an internationally known butoh dance troupe.
  • “Rocky Horror Show”

    It is a 1975 independent musical comedy horror film produced by Lou Adler and Michael White, directed by Jim Sharman, and distributed by 20th Century Fox.
  • A Chorus Line

    It is a 1975 musical. The musical is centered on seventeen Broadway dancers auditioning for spots on a chorus line. A Chorus Line provides a glimpse into the personalities of the performers and the choreographer.
  • Push Comes to Shove

    A dance created by Twyla Tharp.
  • Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street

    It is a 1979 musical as well as a film. It is based on the 1970 play Sweeney Todd by Christopher Bond.
  • House Music

    House is a music genre characterized by a repetitive four-on-the-floor beat and a typical tempo of 120 beats per minute as a re-emergence of 1970’s disco.
  • House Dance

    House dance is a freestyle street dance and social dance that has roots in the underground house music scene of Chicago and New York. It is typically danced to loud and bass-heavy electronic dance music provided by DJs in nightclubs or at raves.
  • Vogue

    It is a highly stylized, modern house dance originating in the late 1980s that evolved out of the Harlem ballroom scenes of the 1960s.
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    La La La Human Steps

    La La La Human Steps was a Québécois contemporary dance group in Canada. It was known for its energetic, acrobatic style involving fast-paced and athletic physical contact.
  • MTV

    It is an American cable channel based in New York City. It serves as the flagship property of the MTV Entertainment Group, part of Paramount Media Networks, a division of Paramount Global.
  • Rosas danst Rosas

    It is a contemporary dance choreographed by Anne Teresa Keersmaeker.
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    Lady Gaga

    She is an American singer, songwriter, and actress, She is known for her image reinventions and versatility in the entertainment industry.
  • DV8 Physical Theatre

    It was a physical theatre company based at Artsadmin London, United Kingdom.
  • In the Upper Room

    "In the Upper Room" premiered on August, 28, 1986 with the Twyla Tharp Dance Company at the Murray Theatre.
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    In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated

    In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated is a ballet choreographed by William Forsythe.
  • Smooth Criminal

    It is a song by the American singer Michael Jackson. The lyrics address a woman who has been attacked in her apartment by a “smooth criminal”.
  • Cold Hearted Snake

    It is a song by American singer Paula Abdul, released as the fifth single from her debut album, Forever Your Girl (1988). It was written and co-produced by Elliot Wolff and reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming the album’s third song to top the US chart.
  • Rhythm Nation

    It is a song by Janet Jackson, released as the second single from her fourth studio album, Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989). She developed the song’s concept in response to various tragedies in the media.
  • Achterland

    It is a dance created by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
  • Beauty and the Beast

    It is a film as well as a staged musical. The film is a 1991 American animated musical romantic fantasy produced by Walt Disney Future Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The stage musical of Beauty and the Beast premiered on Broadway on April 18, 1994, starring Susan Egan and Terrence Mann as Belle and Beast.
  • Strange Fish

    It was a dance created by DV8 Physical Theatre about coupling.
  • Newsies

    Newsies is a musical film as well as a staged musical. The 1992 American historical musical dram film was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and directed by choreography Kenny Ortega.
  • Rent

    It is a rock musical with music, lyrics, and book by Jonathon Larson. The musical is loosely based on the 1896 opera La Bohéme by Giacomo Puccini, Luigi Illicia, and Giuseppe Giacosa, which in turn is based on the 1851 novel Scenes of Bohemian Life by Henri Murger. The muscical was first seen in a workshop production at New York Theatre Worksop in 1993.
  • Still/Here

    It is a performance piece by American choreographer, dancer, and director Bill T. Jones.
  • Lion King

    It is a film as well as a musical. The film is a 1994 American animated epic musical adventure film produced by Walt Disney Pictures. The stage musical of Lion King debuted on July 8, 1997.
  • Moon Water

    It is one of the dances performed by Cloud Gate Dance Theater.
  • Kagemi- Beyond the Metaphors of Mirrors

    It is a 90 minute dance-theatre piece that choreographer Ushio Amagatsu made for his company, Sankai Juku.
  • Krump

    It is an African-American style of street dance popularized in the United States, characterized by free, expressive, exaggerated, and highly energetic movement.
  • Hairspray

    It is an American musical with music by Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Williams. Based on the 1988 film of the same name. The musical opened in Seattle in 2002 and moved to Broadway later that year.
  • Wicked

    It is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and book by Winnie Holzman. It is based on the 1955 Gregory Maguire novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, in turn based on L. Frank Baum’s 1900 novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The original production premiered on Broadway at the Gershwin Theatre in October of 2003.
  • The Cost of Living

    The Cost of Living is a British physical theatre dance film made by DV8 Films.
  • Vollmond (Full Moon)

    Was a dance created by Bausch.
  • Hamilton

    It is a sung-and-rapped-through biographical musical. It premiered Off-Broadway on February 17, 2015, at the Public Theater in Lower Manhattan
  • The Greatest Showman

    It is a 2017 American biographical pop musical drama film.
  • Rain on Me

    It is a song by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande from Gaga’s sixth studio album, Chromatica (2020).
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    The Renaissance Period

    • The history of ballet begins around 1500 in Italy.