Created by Ann Marie DeAngelo
Based on the legend of The Bell Witch this dance/theater piece iluminated the critical moment when the Bell Witch GHOST remembers killing John Bell. The piece starre
featured in the 2010 Career Transition For Dancers
25th Anniversary Silver Jubilee:
CHOREOGRAPHY Ann Marie DeAngelo
Ann Marie spent the summer creating a work for the
Opera travels from Mongolia to Expo, by way of Broadway
May 25,2010 | by Yang Jian
An excerpt from "A Tribute to Broadway". Ann Marie choreographed a duet for Nicole Graniero of American Ballet Theater and John Selya for the Career Transition for Dancer's gala on Nov.
Solo for Anthony Bryant for
So You Think You Can Dance
A work in development for Ballet de Monterrey at The Joyce in NYC (music by Miguel Frasconi and Sylvestre Revueltas)
THE BELL WITCH, created by choreographer Ann Marie DeAngelo, had its world premiere on the Nashville Ballet on October 17, 2003, and the one-act story ballet brought the audience to its feet.
In April 2008 Ann Marie created A Tribute to Broadway, a new 45-minute work for Ballet de Monterrey, in collaboration with David Warren Gibson.
Stay With Me, sung by Bette Midler, is revival of a work performed by John Selya and ABT's Nicole Graniero.
Rehearsal for Solo danced in Dance Rocks" with music by Miguel Frasconi.
Ann Marie DeAngelo was selected, along with five other choreographers, from a pool of hundreds of applicants, to participate in DanceBreak 2006
with New Jersey Cheerleaders, ABT Studio Co., Mr. Wiggles and rhythmic gymnsast Jessica Howard 2005
"The Guy in the White Shirt" was created in a workshop for National Choreography Initiative in 2004 and mounted at Marymount College in 2006
DeAngelo Premiere for Pittsburgh First Night