Watch Pretty Brown Dancer Ashley Green of South Carolina perform at The Dance Awards in Orlando, FL.
Pretty Brown Dancers flooded our Instagram timelines promoting the second half of reality show Bring It Season 3B and it started off with a bang.
In 2015, Dance Makers Inc. of Atlanta, GA did a beautiful performance to the tunes of the great late Nina Simone’s remake of Abel Meeropol’s classic “Strange Fruit”.
Perfectionist is a weekly series featuring dancers from all over the world. Check out our interview with Destiny Wimpye, a dancer from the famous Debbie Allen Dance Academy
Alison Storming is a ballerina at the Dance Theater of Harlem. She as performed at prestigious venues that include The Julliard School, Guggenheim Museum, City Center, and The Kennedy Center In Washington, D.C. She recently did a collaboration with Convicts NYC (a digital media brand) and Adidas, where she shares her story as a dancer and give inspiration to young ballerinas in the world.
Today, via my Twitter profile, I posted a Jackson State University Prancing J-Settes tribute thread where I posted throwback pictures and videos of their performances from the 60s to the 2000s. One of the Stand Routines (where as they are performing on the bleachers of their stadium) that stuck out to me was a 1996 and 2013 Performance of “Imagination.” by the legendary Al Jarreau. Check it out
Praise Dance, form of liturgical or spiritual dance, is a form of dance in which the focus is on worship. Praise dancers use their bodies to help express the word and spirit of God. Praise dance is considered by many churches to be an acceptable form of Christian expression. Choreographed dances are often used before congregations to create exciting and emotional atmospheres. Sometimes a praise dance can be apart of
Gold Star if you can do a perfect dance turn combo without missing point. I have came across the most perfect dance turn combos to ever hit on Instagram. Check out the videos of amazing Pretty Brown Dancers that can do Dance Turns without getting dizzy.
In 2013, Brown Girls Do Ballet was founded by Brittani Marie and Takiyah Wallace, as a photography project highlighting women of color in the dance world. Beautifully captured photos of brown ballerinas have went viral and showed the world that there are Brown Girls who are talented in Ballet just like their Counterparts. In addition, Brown Girls Do Ballet has provided scholarships to help girls further their education and become future