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Posted: 06 January 2011 at 3:15am | IP Logged
coordination,awesome chemistry,need to support each other...Smile

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Posted: 08 January 2011 at 1:53pm | IP Logged

Being in sync, able to rely on each other, can do basic steps or more for many dance types, have expresssions, and cooperate with one's strengths and weaknesses.

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Posted: 09 January 2011 at 7:42pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by tulipbaby53

Originally posted by DharmeshSir

2 people? Confused

LOL smart Alec! TongueLOL


Okay, I think it's important for the two people have good chemistry and synchronization with each other. Smile They obviously must be able to dance, but they need to be able to take that dancing to the next level and provide the audience with something new, fresh and memorable. Also, they need to be good supports of each other because they are dancing together. One must not be the show stealer while the other dances in the background. Both people need equal stage time, and there must be continuity in the performance. It should feel like one dance and not like two people are dancing two different dances. (Unless these theme is some sort of East meets West type of thing.) 


very well said and i quite agree! it is really annoying when one person tries to overshadow the other in a duet. it makes the whole performance look like crap and so, they r worse off than they would've been if they had tried to do it "together."

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Posted: 09 January 2011 at 7:45pm | IP Logged
dance...LOL
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Posted: 10 January 2011 at 12:10pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Rapier

Originally posted by tulipbaby53

Originally posted by DharmeshSir

2 people? Confused

LOL smart Alec! TongueLOL


Okay, I think it's important for the two people have good chemistry and synchronization with each other. Smile They obviously must be able to dance, but they need to be able to take that dancing to the next level and provide the audience with something new, fresh and memorable. Also, they need to be good supports of each other because they are dancing together. One must not be the show stealer while the other dances in the background. Both people need equal stage time, and there must be continuity in the performance. It should feel like one dance and not like two people are dancing two different dances. (Unless these theme is some sort of East meets West type of thing.) 


very well said and i quite agree! it is really annoying when one person tries to overshadow the other in a duet. it makes the whole performance look like crap and so, they r worse off than they would've been if they had tried to do it "together."

Your line in the signature is awesome: "You know your god is man-made when he hates all the same people you do." I love it. 

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Posted: 10 January 2011 at 1:22pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by tulipbaby53

Originally posted by Rapier

Originally posted by tulipbaby53

Originally posted by DharmeshSir

2 people? Confused

LOL smart Alec! TongueLOL


Okay, I think it's important for the two people have good chemistry and synchronization with each other. Smile They obviously must be able to dance, but they need to be able to take that dancing to the next level and provide the audience with something new, fresh and memorable. Also, they need to be good supports of each other because they are dancing together. One must not be the show stealer while the other dances in the background. Both people need equal stage time, and there must be continuity in the performance. It should feel like one dance and not like two people are dancing two different dances. (Unless these theme is some sort of East meets West type of thing.) 


very well said and i quite agree! it is really annoying when one person tries to overshadow the other in a duet. it makes the whole performance look like crap and so, they r worse off than they would've been if they had tried to do it "together."

Your line in the signature is awesome: "You know your god is man-made when he hates all the same people you do." I love it. 


thanks!Smile

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