On The Edge: dance video


Eccentric movements return to my memory as I flashback to the mixed repertoire showcase of May… I was not lying when I said that I would share a video of myself dancing, and I know that several of you really wanted to see “On The Edge.” I choreographed this contemporary ballet solo last season, and I am so thankful that I was able to snag a video of dress rehearsal. The last six seconds did get cut out, and the stage lighting made a small section a little blurry. Despite the minor complications with technology, I am still willing to perform for you! This is the first time that I have ever publicly released a video of my dancing. I am nowhere near perfect, but I thought it would be fun to switch things up a bit. Anyways, I hope you enjoy!

**Special thanks to my friend for taking the video! I really appreciate it!

Author: Maysa Rose

I am a seventeen year old professional trainee ballet dancer who is currently pursuing a marketing degree at the local college as a dual enrolled student. Outside of dance and school, I really enjoy writing, archery, traveling, music, photography, as well as spending time with friends and family. My blog is about as random as it can possibly get, so I hope that you stop by and find something that interests you!

27 thoughts on “On The Edge: dance video”

  1. I confess I was only drawn to the site by the title here ‘On the edge’ because it was the title I gave to a series of poems that were largely written about ten years ago! Your dancing looks very mature, graceful movements, not that I am an expert. I looked at the video and realized you could offer a comment as a young dancer on a poem I wrote ‘Bringer of Life’. I am playing with the idea of using the four elements to express ideas about searching for faith and had an idea it might be possible to do that through dance. If you have time can you look and make a comment, and if it useless then just say so in so many words. I would not take offence and at least it might help me start again with the idea. Thank you.

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    1. That is so neat, and I will definitely look into that when I have some free time. I really appreciate your kind words, and I am looking forward to reading your poetry. Thank you!

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  2. Maysa, that is such a joy to watch, thank you for posting it! I loved it, your moves are beautiful, graceful, just wonderful. Keep it up, you are super! It is great to see you!

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    1. Oh no! That is odd.
      Are you trying to view it through the WordPress Reader or my actual website? I wonder if other people are having issues as well… :/


        1. Hmm, that is very strange…
          I am sorry that you are having difficulty with this! You can try opening my blog up in a separate browser to see if it works there, but here is the YouTube link if it doesn’t. πŸ™‚ I hope that helps!


    1. Oh my goodness, thank you so much, Mary! I really appreciate your kind comment, and I am so happy that you enjoyed the video. I can’t tell you how thankful I am to see such wonderful comments like yours. πŸ™‚ Thanks for reading, and I hope that you have a great day.

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