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Yellow is an inner search, the story of a soul dancing. The dancer breaks his mental and physical barriers and gives himself completely to the public. Yellow is the desire to dance without inhibitions and fears, the desire to be seen in, tell their dancing history. A release of some discussion, initially reluctant, timid, at times aggressive and then completely generous, passionate. Blow up his dancing soul, that light that each artist has, and be proud of it, in whatever manner it has. Give their light and then burning. Become more vulnerable, stop hiding and show themselves for what they really are. A constant struggle, self-giving, or not. People know who you are and then you go back and back into your shell, but it is too late, time flows like the wind, strong, domineering, you ragged. Do you want to stop you, ask for help, but you can not fight time and the choices you make. You can only expect a new moment and make different choices, but you resist the temptation to undress of everything? Put bare, and be free of any weight despite the consequences? I choose to call the Yellow project because since childhood I always imagined the soul as yellow, and I thought that every dancer, when he can be known for what it is as a man or woman and not as a dancer, purchasing a particular light, yellow shining soul and excites. Beyond the choreographic research, the styles, the dance when a dancer shows itself for what it is and it tells how a human being becomes more beautiful. The public can meet again in the dancer, each with their own interpretations and rediscover life's situations. To trust someone, be themselves and want then never did. Unfortunately or fortunately, it is impossible to go back and we have to live with our pain, mistakes, decisions. We have to strengthen ourselves and move on to head up to face the challenges of life. The piece wants to break the barriers between audience and dancers, and stage emotions of everyday life. A relationship gone bad, a loss, a victory. I would like to stage various personalities with various aspects all aimed at seeking their own truth. The intent is to make the public see the dancer as a human being above all and through dance discover the personality and history of each dancer. The dancer is shown with no superstructure and illuminates his soul.Etiquetas: