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She wants her own house in Connecticut while her father always dreamed of having one in Jamaica and her mother has dreamed of having a large one in Georgia. I started performing my own monologues on subjects rarely talked about and the feedback was always wonderful!
It is a way to entertain and inform through reading but still it has to be written well enough to be performed, not just read, which is missing in many contemporary dialogues.“This class started after I got into a car accident in Jan of 2013.I wasn’t able to do intense fast cardio classes like Zumba and salsa or African because the left side of my body was messed up horribly. I had to develop a way to keep my body from gaining too much weight and a way to keep my curves.I took basic dance, workout and breathing techniques then combined them,” she explained.The Dance-out is offered on Tuesdays at until July 21, 2014 in mid-Manhattan. The students/members who took the classes before July 21 will continue to pay .Andrea choreographs a slow sexy workout in heels that burns fat, keeps the heart pumping but doesn’t require too much movement. Instead of utilizing reps and sets, she was able to make use of “counts” for lunges, squats and smooth dance moves.
She turned lunges and squats into smooth sensual dance moves.
On top of that, this super busy young citizen of New York is finishing her Communications degree at St. She is the eldest of a brood of six, has three brothers and two sisters.
She is motivated because her dream is to buy her parents the houses they want. The idea of the book came about because I could never find good monologues that were diverse, dramatic and funny, with a valid point and good story behind it.
New York City — Actress-writer-dancer-choreographer Andrea-Rachel Parker truly has a lot on plate and is offering it up to all.
This young and restless talent from Brooklyn is currently in production for a film titled “My Block” by Tay Pugh which depicts a group of young adults from different worlds moving into Bedford Stuyvesant in Brooklyn and the obstacles they face against the long-time dwellers of the block they live on.
“It is about a lot of different characters and therefore funny because of the interesting personality clashes,” the girl who also coined the ‘Dance-out’ quips.