There are four basic styles, based on the number and position of dancers: Standard, Swing, Rhythm and Swing.
Standard are four types of dance:
-Standard dance is in which all four performers stay still, while the rest move about (with hands in different places).
-Stair-walking (also called walk-and-talk) is the most popular dance among girls. This dance involves all four dancers moving up and down a step.
-Dancing as a group (Dance-O-Rama) is more usually associated with women because it is an individualistic variation of standard dance.
-Rodeos are dance performances involving more than four performers and more than 100 dancers in all.
-Lounge (singing) and dance by the side of the stage (dancing-by-the-side) are more common among adults of all ages who do most of their social events in the evening hours.
What makes dance entertaining?
The basic ingredients to the entertainment are the characters, scenery, music and the dancing itself, but the essence of the dance goes beyond that to incorporate the performers in the story.
Dance can bring out a variety of emotions and emotions can lead to more spontaneous, intense and entertaining dance experiences. Dance can also be creative, imaginative, imaginative, creative — and entertaining.
Who can dance?
Dancing can happen at any age. Everyone can be dancing.
Who should be dancing?
Dancing enhances relationships and fun relationships. It will make your partner feel good. Dancing can bring out a variety of emotions and emotions can lead to more spontaneous, intense and entertaining dance experiences.
What if you are older than 18 years old?
Some people will feel uncomfortable dancing with someone they know. They do not want to dance with an older person.
To avoid a uncomfortable situation, it is more appropriate to ask you partner to dance at a time when you know they will be at home because dancing will not be a problem.
This content was published on April 10, 2012 11:31 AM Apr 10, 2012 – 11:31
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