Making the Impossible Possible with the Power of Movement
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Amy Jordan’s training and career spans three decades of study and performances in New York, Los Angeles and Miami. She has studied classical ballet, jazz, modern dance and hip-hop with acclaimed choreographers Michael Peters, Michael Rooney, Joe Lanteri and many others.
In May 2014, The Victory Dance Project premiered with a sold-out performance at The Alvin Ailey Center for Dance. The opening performance featured a world premiere of the full-length contemporary ballet, Human Revolution, choreographed by Amy Jordan.
Power of Movement
Photo Credits: Alonso Gregory, Brian Thomas, Cherylynn Tsushima,
Christopher Duggan, Eric Bandiero, Jordan Hiraldo, Kyle Lemaire, Ramon Morillo
Photo: Brian Thomas
The Victory Dance Project company members include an impressive list of performance credits including:
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Ailey 11, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Dance Theater of Harlem, School of American Ballet, Philadanco, Ballet Hispanico, Shen Wei Arts, The Julliard School, Cirque De Soleil, 'So You Think You Can Dance' winner
The Lion King, The Wiz, Dreamgirls, Hamilton, Fela:The Msical, After Midnight, Cinderella, The Color Purple National Tour, American in Paris National Tour, Shuffle Along, The Rockettes
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Dance Because You Can. I love that message."
- Leeza Gibbons
Emmy winning journalist and Former host: Enterainment Tonight
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Woman of Valor
Ms. Chita Rivera is a beloved icon, legend, teacher and role model. She has an exceptional 10 Tony nominations, won two Tony’s and countless awards and accolades throughout her illustrious career including The Presidential Medal of Freedom presented by President Barack Obama, and the coveted Kennedy Center Honor.
What happened when business-motivational speaker and self-made millionaire James Malinchak was picked up by an ABC television crew, placed on an airplane with no money, credit cards, cell phone, laptop or watch, and was whisked off to an impoverished neighborhood, where he had to survive on $44.66 cents for a week? The hour-long episode features Malinchak leaving his current lifestyle in search of real-life heroes who are making a difference in their local community.
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