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    Dance Now Dance Analysis

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    play that called Dance Now and the play located at the creative art center. The play started at 2:00 pm and finished at 4:00 pm. From the name of the play I realized that it ill include a dance show. Moreover, the play included twelve dances which I really found it interesting. Also, the name of the dances were, Ophidia, Bravado, Sound of Silence, Through Time, Paris, Bossa Nova Body, Battle Of The Mind, Market Run, Untitled, Trapped, 2+3 and finally Blab Blab Blab. Each dance wasn’t related to

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    Is dance an art? Is dance a sport? According to Google, dance is not considered an official sport, but it does have many sport like qualities and competitions. Many people would disagree with Google’s definition, however just as many would agree. In my recent survey 64% of the people surveyed believed dance was a sport, and 54% had participated in dance. So should dance be considered an official sport? According the Encyclopedia Britannica, the definition of dance is: The movement of the body in

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    pirouettes. Sophia Lucia started dancing at age 2 and was a regular dancer at San Diego Dance Center.When she was 4 she started working on correct methods of dance movement, stretching and proper technique to prevent injuries. Sophia now is trying to be the best in the dance industry. She wants people to

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    Bursting with mysterious storytelling, the importance of family, and incredible dancing, Big Fish is the musical theatre dance that the entire family must-see. But be forewarned, Big Fish is full of mysterious and believable stories told by the charming and charismatic Edward Bloom that will keep you on the edge of your seat all evening long. Big Fish is set in Alabama during the time Edward Bloom becomes ill so his son William returns home to once again be surrounded by his fathers exaggerated stories

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    In one my classes; Dance Appreciation, I had an assignment to view a dance piece on YouTube. The dance that I viewed was called “She without arm, he without leg, Hand in Hand”. The dance was not only informative, but it was enlightening to watch. I liked the dance piece because the dancers were limited physically in their bodies, but their dancing was beyond limited and astounding. At first, I was a bit doubtful and sceptical before watching the dance because I thought the dancers were going to

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    Dance: Basics Of Dance

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    KINDS OF DANCE BALLET- Is one example of Theatrical or Spectacular Dance. It refers to a series of solo and concerted dances in which poses and steps are combined with light flowing figures accompanied by music and scenic accessories expressive of a dramatic story theme or atmosphere. Ballet serves as backbone for many other style of dance since many other dance genres were based on ballet. Ballet dancers wear tights and leotards during class or rehearsals while TUTOS or ballet skirts are

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    Contemporary dance techniques There is a lot of confusion when you are asking about the contemporary dance as a lot of people even the dancers don’t know what the actual dance form is. Actually, the dance form changes from time to time so it is not easy to adapt as you have to change with time. Every now and then there are new experiments and discoveries in the field of contemporary dance. A lot of people and schools are there who claim to have expertise on the contemporary dance but they usually

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    Contemporary dance is a dance performance genre that developed during the mid-twentieth century it incorporates elements from many styles of dance. And due to its technical similarities, it is often perceived to be closely related to modern dance, ballet and other classical concert dance styles. It was originally developed as a reaction against the more rigid techniques of ballet. The Sleeping Beauty, ballet was first performed in 1890. The music was composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and the choreographer

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    Definition Of Dance

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    been greatly influenced by song and movement. There is no documented time when dance was first discovered, since it has been around for more than any person remember. There are millions of types and definitions of dance in the world, and it can be performed or interpreted in many different ways. The dictionary most commonly defines dance as moving rhythmically to music, typically following a sequence of steps. But dance is so much more than justs the simple movement, it is an escape from reality,

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    The Sport Of Dance

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    a sport. Not only does football, baseball, basketball, and soccer fit this definition, but so does dance. Just like any other sport, there are many different groups inside of the dance community. You can treat dance as doing it for fun, a club, a hobby, a serious passion or a career. You can do the same thing with all other sports as well. So, if the International Olympic Committee recognizes dance, then why isn’t it considered a sport to other people?

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