This series is inspired by the work of Dance Theatre of Harlem. The pieces stand between 6-8 inches. Some are just figurative moments
of movements and some are based on actual ballets.
This piece is based on the ballet "Swan Lake".
Ballet was choreograhed and costumed by Geoffrey Holder and mounted on the company in 1980.
This piece is based on the ballety "Giselle" - entrance of Act Two.
Based on the ballet "Giselle" - Act Two.
This piece is based on the ballet "Le Corsaire".
This may be the most recognizable leap in DTH history.
A moment of arm carriage and styling.
A snappy contemporary dancer.
This is the opening pose of the ballet Serenade. Choreographed by George Balanchine and mounted on the company in 1981
A moment of pointe practice in a dancer's life.
A beautiful arabesque in flow of lavender.
Based on the ballet "Sheherezade", 1982.
Based on "Swan Lake" - Act Two
Ballet dancer at practice.
Graceful attitude in a pink tutu