Can dance work on the radio? We’d like you to help us find out.
The husband-and-wife tap dance duo from Boulder recently performed in the CPR Performance Studio as part of CPR Arts Bureau's "Radio Dances" project.
Sarah Leversee, artistic director for Denver's Art as Action, choreographs a dance designed specifically for people struggling with Parkinson's disease.
Sara Roybal and Johnny Keller, husband and wife, choreograph a tap dance for the airwaves.
Denver Lindy Hoppers Tiffiny Wine and Ceth Stifel recreate their swingin' moves for the airwaves.
Denver-based Dawson/Wallace Dance Project creates a radio dance for the CPR airwaves.
Skye Hughes and Lauren Samblanet, MFA students in the dance department at CU Boulder, choreograph a radio dance.
Colorado Ballet principal dancer Maria Mosina performs the "Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy" specifically for the airwaves.
The Kim Robards Dance Company performs their radio dance.