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    chose to do my research paper on something having to do with dance because I have been dancing for eleven years. Dancing can improve your health in a lot of ways but there are both positive and negative effects of being a dancer. Dance can help improve your health, body, and mind. Some of these ways include fighting against diseases, improving posture and weight, and reducing stress. But, there are also some negative effects of dance including a higher risk of injuries and the lasting effects

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    they had to face with no certainty of their future through repetitive and slow water-like dance movements. The female dancers would clap their hands in synchronized movements and move together like one unit portraying their struggle and glorifying a banded group of strong sisterhood. This musical was able to represent the difference between African American and indigenous Africans through their different dance styles and music that they played. Walking with Pearl: Southern Diary, hoped to educate viewers

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    The dance components effectively portrayed love and loss, by the use of movements, music and lighting. Natalie Weir is the artistic director of Expressions Dance Company in Sydney. EDC, is a world wide known dance company for their meaningful dances and their highly professional dancers. Their mission as a dance company is to contribute to the evolution and strong future of contemporary dance. R and J was first premiered at QPAC 850 seat venue, located in Brisbane Australia. It is a 60 minute long

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    The Development of Our Identities § Identities, as much as the perceptions of beauty, are in the eyes of the beholders. Shaped and molded by them too, we often have very little control over the construction of our identities. Paragraph 2: ids are socially constructed. § The construction of identities is more often than not attributed to the way in which people perceive you and your personality § Activities one participates in have their own identities and this identity is transferred

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    Ghost Dances, by Christopher Bruce

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    The work ‘Ghost Dances’ by Christopher Bruce was viewed on 26th August, 2011 to the Year 12 Dance class. The individual interpretation of the social/political or world issue/ comment the piece is attempting to make. Using direct examples from the performance, the use the choreographer has made of the movement and the non-movement components have been identified. Also the effectiveness of this piece has been evaluated. After Christopher Bruce received a letter from a widow of a Chilean folk singer

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    Renaissance period and the early court dances in France and Italy. Any celebratory occasion, such as the birth of an heir or an influential marriage would call for social court dancing. All ladies and gentlemen of the court learned these rather intricate dances as part of their grooming for society. Around the 1400s, as the court dances became more detailed and complicated, it became necessary to formally codify these dances to maintain consistency. Special dance instructors or “Ballet Masters” began

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    Dance is an art. It is a way for people to express themselves. The dancers in the dance concert truly showed their passion for dance. They were happy to be there, happy to be dancing. The three pieces I chose to write about are Australis choreographed by Paul Maley, On this earth I will dance choreographed by Jose Silva, and Far Nearer choreographed by Jonathan Alsberry. I really liked these dances because they were really expressive and used a lot of interesting dance moves. The first dance I chose

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    a part of a culture I had little chance to involve myself with growing up, and this show felt like the perfect opportunity to see what both sides of the family had lived around. It was also really entertaining to see my mom and the other attendees dance and sing along throughout the performances, as a majority of the songs were very popular and well known all around Mexico. However, a problem I had with the event was my inability to speak Spanish, with an exception of a few phrases and words. As a

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    Dancing Is Not a Crime

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    that allows their customers to dance in their club. Over the last few years authorities have turned the other check but know raid have begun on the clubs that did not purchase licenses. Basic restrictions are set by these laws such as closing time should be midnight or one o’clock but these laws also enforce the club must “have 66 square miles of unobstructed floor space in the main room” (Dancing Ban). With lack of space in Japan clubs do not have the space for a dance floor this big.Fueiho law goes

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    Geisha’s are effectively known to be introduced by the Japanese tradition. They are mainly known as female entertainers or courtesans who went through five years of training and sometimes beyond. Their skills and training includes performing diverse kinds of arts which can also be referred to it as a specific kind of art like playing classical music, dancing and playing games. They mainly focus on their conversation or communication skills in order to amuse their male customers, particularly because

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