Rubans Rouge Dance Company


Rubans Rouge Dance Company will be sharing 3 works for the Affinity project. 

Creation,
a physically intense duet that visits the subject matter of desire and passion; The Stand, a quartet that
shows how human compassion is tested, questioning whether we will fold or stand; and a 2 1/2 minute solo called Gethsemane.

Website: www.rubansrougesdance.com

Artist Statement/Philosophy/Mission Statement:

I believe in expressing the gift of dance movement as a work of art in an authentic way that creates harmony with humans & the environment.

Artist Bio:

Noelle Andressen-Kale an Emmy nominated filmmaker merged her two loves of film and dance movement to create pieces that both philosophically stimulate the mind and enrich the spirit. She believes that life’s trials can be used to further the good of human kind and be a teaching tool.

Describe some of your achievements over the course of the last five years:

I’ve been an advocate for children’s rights and standing against child abuse. I’ve made several Public Service Announcements raising awareness about child abuse and filmed a documentary film about the travesty of newly born babies being dumped in trash bins. Rubans Rouges Dance Company and I as its Artistic Director donate our time and gifts of dance movement to help raise awareness about social issues in various communities including: breast cancer, child abuse, the right to love who we choose, and to celebrate our uniqueness. We’ve performed for: Non-profits: One Circle at CSUN (they stand against child abuse), Thrill the World (help inner city kids), Cancer Events, and I’ve performed for the g.l.a.a.d. Awards Show. I’ve achieved my AA in Dance and currently working towards my MFA in dance.




 

Choreographer: Noelle Andressen-Kale

Company: Rubans Rouge Dance Company, Valley Glen, CA U.S.A.

Website: www.rubansrougesdance.com

Artist Statement/Philosophy/Mission Statement:

I believe in expressing the gift of dance movement as a work of art in an authentic way that creates harmony with humans & the environment.

Short Artist/Company Bio:

Noelle Andressen-Kale an Emmy nominated filmmaker merged her two loves of film and dance movement to create pieces that both philosophically stimulate the mind and enrich the spirit. She believes that life’s trials can be used to further the good of human kind and be a teaching tool.

Describe some of your achievements over the course of the last five years:

I’ve been an advocate for children’s rights and standing against child abuse. I’ve made several Public Service Announcements raising awareness about child abuse and filmed a documentary film about the travesty of newly born babies being dumped in trash bins. Rubans Rouges Dance Company and I as its Artistic Director donate our time and gifts of dance movement to help raise awareness about social issues in various communities including: breast cancer, child abuse, the right to love who we choose, and to celebrate our uniqueness. We’ve performed for: Non-profits: One Circle at CSUN (they stand against child abuse), Thrill the World (help inner city kids), Cancer Events, and I’ve performed for the g.l.a.a.d. Awards Show. I’ve achieved my AA in Dance and currently working towards my MFA in dance.



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