“Who’s Dance is it, Anyway?” A Night of Dance with Derek Hough and Friends

The Television Academy, the folks who bring us the Emmy Awards, are putting on this event – thanks to Mandy Moore. Mandy, Derek, Nappytabs and Travis Wall are just a few of the choreographers putting numbers together for this event. I do wonder what became of Derek and Nappytabs drive to change the choreo Emmy to a Peer Group – was it successful?

This event is booked to capacity. Please check back Monday, January 30 for more information.

Join us as television’s top Choreographers present original pieces or recreate memorable works in this celebration of dance. Conceived by four-time Outstanding Choreography Emmy nominee Mandy Moore (So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With The Stars, La La Land), this event will feature an array of dance styles and concepts, as well as the opportunity to hear the artists talk about their creative process.

This will be a one-of-a-kind experience for members of the Academy and we hope that you will join us for a night of exceptional dancing and the opportunity to discover the scope of the choreographer’s craft and artistry.

A champagne & dessert reception will follow.

Only Television Academy Members with valid membership cards. Seating is subject to availability; first come, first served. Admittance is not guaranteed.

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3 Responses to “Who’s Dance is it, Anyway?” A Night of Dance with Derek Hough and Friends

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  2. Cathy says:

    This event sounds awesome!! So thrilling to see Derek among the elite, and his write up is outstanding because HE is outstanding, or better yet…purely brilliant! 🙂

    Thanks, Miss Heidi, for this exciting news! It’s gonna be a truly special event! 🙂

  3. Joanne B. says:

    This is so exciting. The Academy, in my opinion, has never given dance the attention it deserves. Choreographers and dancers work so hard on their art, and are underpaid in proportion to other performers who sing, act, or are musicians. Glad that Derek is in this elite group attempting to elevate the art form and being one of it’s most sublime examples of excellence. Why shouldn’t awards be given as judged by their peers? Doesn’t make a whole lot of sense that this hasn’t happened yet.

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