Poets featured in Session 3, Dancing Poetry Festival, 2020
Alisia Morrison, Orlando FL, Grand Prize Winner with Beauties in a Line
Romeo Alcala Cruz, San Francisco, CA, poem in English and Bicol, a Philippine language; Deborah Bachal Schmidt, El Sobrante, CA; Diane Alvine, Barnegut, NJ
We apologize for not having more poets for session 3. It was a dark and stormy night over all of USA and Canada, so many of the recorded poems were unable to be used because of having too much visual and auditory fragmentation, probably because of the stormy weather.
We apologize for having only 4 of these readers. At the time of the recording, it was literally a dark and stormy night over the North American Continent. There were significant distortions and lapses of sound and video to make most recordings unusable. We intended to have another session, but time and other unexpected difficulties found us caught short, and there was no time to re-record, nor to offer time for those who could not join during the first offer. For those of you who were left out, we greatly apologize.
Delighting in Laudable Lightby Natica Angilly, an encore dance by PDTC
With With Song by Richard Angilly, art by Elizabeth Addison, an encore dance by PDTC
The Big Stageby Natica Angilly, choreography by Ronda Hollie, a virtual presentation by PDTC
Book Introduction, Journey to Wisdom, Memoir of Althya Youngman, founder of Artists Embassy
International as told to Mary Rudge, edited by Alisha Rodrigues and Natica Angilly, published by
Artists Embassy International, distributed by Amazon.
1001 Amazements by Natica Angilly, virtual performance by PDTC via Zoom
Personal greetings by current dancers from the PDTC
Poets of the Call by Richard Angilly, a virtual production by PDTC via Zoom
Interview by Tanya Joyce, Why Read Poetry Out Loud, pt. 1
You're There by Richard Angilly, danced by Loywonner Haddadou
World-wide Poetry Search what we look for in world-wide poems for the Dancing Poetry Festival
Grand Prize Winner Alisha Morrison, Orlando, FL,2nd prize and Grand Prize Beauties in a Line
and performed by PDTC via Zoom
Interview with Cathy Dana, What Does Poetry Offer Us?
Until I Am I Do I Dance, by Richard Angilly, encore dance by PDTC
Interview with Tanya Joyce, Why Read Poetry Out Loud? pt. 2
Avebury Awaiting, written, read and art on cloaks by Tanya Joyce, encore dance by PDTC
Poetry Reading, Romeo Alcala Cruz, Allow Me to Be Sad in English and Bicol, a Philippine language
Romance of Poetry and Dance. Book Introduction, by Natica and Richard Angilly, published by
Artists Embassy International, distributed by Amazon
All of Us Are We, Book Introduction,Judy Hardin Cheung, published by AEI, distributed by Amazon
Inspiration, byVirgilio A. Yuzon, danced by Takako Miyashita, Wanda and Lee
Invitation to watch Session 4 in January, and an invitation to enter the 2021 Dancing Poetry Contest
Inspiration of the Muses byNatica Angilly, encore dance by PDTC
Welcome to Wonderland, by Richard Angilly, encore dance by PDTC
Poets read their prize winning poems via Zoom
Interview with Cathy Dana, Alameda, CA, discusses "What Does Poetry Offer Us"
Romeo Alcala Cruz reads his prize winning poem "Allow Me to Be Sad" in English and Bicol, a Philippine language from Mindinao, south of Manila.
Alisha Morrison, Orlando, Florida, reads her Grand Prize Winning Poem, "Beauties in a Line"
Ikebana flower arrangement as a dance choreographed by Takako Miyashita to a poem by Virgilio A. Yuzon, "Inspiration:
Encore performance of "Avbury Awaiting" written, read and art on cloaks by Tanya Joyce, performed by the Poetic Dance Theater Company