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    Dance is defined by Howard Nadel and Raymond Strauss of The Dance Experience as “a purposeful human endeavor that involves components that can be universally observed even when appearing in widely varying forms” (121). Most people perceive dance only as a form of entertainment. Not only is dancing enjoyable, it is a means of physical activity which requires certain skill sets and can be labeled as a sport. I believe that dance encompasses all the requirements other sports have and therefore…

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    others. There’s people that dance for fun at parties, there’s people that like dancing a lot so they join a dance team, and there is people that love dancing so much that they even want to major in it. Also, there’s people that are born to dance; they don’t have to try that hard to be about to perform a dance move, and there’s people that have to practice a lot to be able to do a dance move. Well, I am in the middle. I like dancing a lot that I’ve joined dance teams, and I dance when ever I am…

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    Called, "The Mother of Dance", Isadora Duncan was one of the most influential dancers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Her technique was a precursor to modern dance and she became very popular in Europe for her naturalistic approach to dancing and performances to classical music. She faced many struggles throughout her lifetime, with her children dying after their nanny had accidentally driven into the Seine River and her husband committing suicide. Then, not much later, Isadora died…

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    explore and expand our dancing horizons. Several dances are performed throughout the beautiful city of San Diego. We trek across a long road to a red tent, pick up our passes and join the other spectators at our first stop of the day. The seventeenth annual Trolley Dances brings people of all ages, ethnicities, and dance knowledge to one place to experience “America’s Finest City” and some of the city’s most talented performers. Six choreographed pieces dance in various parts of downtown San…

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    examples of self-actualization. With the pursuit of self- actualization, you will realize your full potential in life. The dance concert was just that, the dancers had a motive and that was to fulfill their full potential. This was a great addition to the theatres productions, overall I thought it was fantastic. So great that I went to go see the production twice. Flashlight, a dance of belonging was the first to jump out at me. The meaning of belonging has a variety of values. To me this piece…

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    following reasons: we got to dress up, the homecoming dance, and the parade. Getting to dress up turned us into kids again. Dressing up for homecoming week was fun; although it wasn't for everyone. Most of the people here dressed up,even the teachers, according to each day of the week. Each day was different all through the school week. Everyone had a blast dressing up. The homecoming dance was full of a lot of different emotions. The dance was full of laughter and romance all around.…

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    Quitting dance will be the worst mistake- why do you want to stop something when you have just begun? Trying to convince my dance instructor that it was what I needed to do was hard enough, but convincing myself that it was the right thing was even harder. That day, I battled internally with choose between my two loves, but now looking back do not regret a day after my decision. I remember that fresh spring morning, going to my first Irish dance class, where I found my first love. Those dance…

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    first lecture, dance is a living and fleeting art form. I believe that dance is a living art form because it is a three-dimensional picture to art. What I mean by this is that, art is normally seen on walls or as sculptures, but dance is an amazing opportunity to view art while in movement. If you are anything like me, when I look at a painting of two people or many, I always wonder what it would be like to see them actually dancing, singing, or even laughing. By watching dance, it is my…

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    This anthology of poems is about dance. The poems are divided into three categories. The first category is how an aspiring or retired dancer acts throughout their day. The second category is the fear of being on stage and performing. The third category is how everybody incorporates dance into their daily lives. Everyone dances in their own way. Here is a deeper look into the first category, daily lives of aspiring or retired dancers. When a dancer has a desire to become a professional, they…

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