Our big event, Something Tribal This Way Comes, is just weeks away.
We've had a few setbacks... the big one being that our venue double booked the weekend and booted us with less than a month to find a new place.
We were very fortunate to find a theater/studio with extra rooms for workshops.
This is the first annual STTWC, so we want to make it successfull. The big trick is getting people to register. But, as it is our first year, we're really struggling to get the word
Updated 01-16-2013 at 10:33 PM by linnieanah
The choices are overwhelming, I want to study the culture the dance and the language but I
have no idea where to begin. I was thinking Egypt but where would I stay? Do dancers stay in a hotel the entire time or is there some sort of roomate I could room with? Does anyone have
experience doing this or know someone who has? My time of stay would be for 4 weeks.
I would love to hear your input.
My profile says I have been a member since June 2011. What it should REALLY say is I signed up in June 2011, then stalked the website for a good 8-12 months trying to find my way around. Finally in the last year I have found myself logging on to read what's going on on forums, drool over the amazing costumes and pretty much still feel inadequate as a new-ish dancer. Everyone who posts has such knowledge! Every video clip shows a dancer with amazing grace and musicality! How could I possibly
Originally Posted by Joke
padded fir small B -cup
bra circumference: 80cm (31.5 inch)
bra straps: 55cm (21.65 inch)
cup diagonal inside 18cm (7.09 inch) Without padding
cup vertical inside 14cm (5.51inch) Without padding
cup horizontal inside 18cm (7.09inch) Without padding
belt: 90 cm (35.43 inch)
skirt length: 90cm (35.43inch)
arm pieces: width: 12cm (4.72 inch), contour: 26cm (10.24inch), length: 9cm (3.54inch)
(there is also a necklace and a hair piece)
It was perfect that I signed my gig contract two months before New Year’s Eve, because the two weeks prior to the 31st, when everyone is clamoring to book talent for the biggest night out of the year, I was to be in the US on holiday with my family, with my Turkish telephone turned off. My performance was to be in Adana, in southern Turkey, at Inci Hotel.
After what seemed like a never-ending intercontinental journey comprised of less than restful neck-lolling, open-mouthed plane