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Biography:Michela Deidda aka “Miki Tuesday” was born and raised in Italy. Michela fell in love with urban dances when she was 17 after she started studying hip hop.
In 2010, she moved to New York City to study at Peridance Capezio Center where she started training in Waacking; now her main style.
In NYC, she performed with choreographers such as Svea Schneider, Tweetie, Michelle Byrd, Chanan Lareche, Princess Lockerooo, Nubian Nene, and Robert Taylor.
In 2012, she joined KINEMATIK Dance Theater performing at Fringe Festival, Nolita Film Festival, Sybarite, Carnival, Ladies of Hip Hop, and Flushing Town Hall Theater.
In 2014, she started teaching Waacking for Nubian Nene, Archie Burnett, and Princess Lockerooo at Peridance Capezio Center and other studios around the United States and London.
In 2015, she founded International Affair, a Waacking company based in New York City, and presented her choreographic work at Apollo Theater, Ladies Of Hip Hop Festival, Alvin Ailey Theater, Winter Follies, Director’s Choice Showcase, Layerhythm, BAAD!ASS Women Festival, BoogieLand Showcase, PMT Dance Series, Local Produce Festival, Soul of Our Feet, Phoenix Rising, Museum of Sex, Dance Exposure, and Sybarite .
In 2017, she mentored the company, Passion Fruit, along with Adesola Osakalumi during “Dance Your Future“, an Artist and Mentor Residency created by Pepatian in Collaboration with BAAD!.
WAACKING is a fiery and expressive dance that began in the early 1970’s heavily influenced by the funk and disco era in the disco clubs of Los Angeles. The style originally played on imitating silent film stars' over-dramatic gestures by utilizing complex arm movements, lines, and poses.
The class will be focused on the different elements that compose waacking: foundations, drills, grove, pose, character, musicality, footwork and freestyle. The Students will be pushed to find their own personality within the steps and express their self through the dance.
Founder and Choreographer at “International Affair”