As a dancer I'm primarily a performer but I am also a choreographer. I constantly crave to learn more about the capabilities of my body and new movement experiences that influence my artistic growth. At first, dance was only a hobby, a way to express my emotions and for the blissful pleasure of moving. As my training progressed, dance became so much more. Dance became an experimentation, an exploration of mind, body and soul, it became a struggle but in a good way. My ideas about dance expanded as I challenged myself to explore movement as a way to tell stories about personal experiences, views, and interests to create thought-provoking pieces.
Photos by William Frederking
Phénomènes de Foules
Choreographed By Dwigth Alaba
Senior Capstone Concert II Spring 2017
Set Design by Dwigth Alaba
Lighting Design by Greg Freeman
Music by Tangerine Dreams, Les Tambours du Bronx, Arovane, Flume
Costume by Dwigth Alaba
Dancers: Dwigth Alaba, Victoria Benson, Kayla Desenfants, Caroline Larson, Marissa Marinkovich
Video Montage coming soon.
Choreographed by Dwigth Alaba
Advance Topics: Choreographic Project Fall 2016.
Set Design by Dwigth Alaba and Kevin Rechner
Lighting Design by Kevin Rechner
Music by Bob Garrett
Costume by Jeffrey Hancock
Dancers: Dwigth Alaba, Keisha Janae Bennett, Camila Rivero Pooley, Andrea Torres
Dance For Camera
Technology For Dancers Fall 2016 Final Project
Dwight Alaba: Choreographer, Dancer, Cinematographer, Film and Sound Editor, Sound Score.
Jasmine Mendoza: Cinematographer
Experimental film project for Technology For Dancers class.
Cinematography and sound score by Dwigth Alaba.
Featuring Helen Diaz and Juliette Perez.
Composition and Rhythm
Movement assignment for Choreography class.
Lucia's Dynamic Scale/Shaping a Phrase
Movement assignment for Choreography Class by Dwigth Alaba.