For the past two weeks, I've been trying my hand at selling my gently used costumes. It's tough going. I've recently posted about 4 costumes for sale, and none of you dancers out there in cyberspace are exactly wrestling each other to be the first buyer in line. (I don't know why not. Good costumes! Great prices!)
I took two costumes that I wanted to sell to the dance studio tonight, and a friend tried on one of them. She has a performance coming up and the custom costume she's
Updated 09-15-2011 at 03:52 AM by Lara Adrienne
I've had hooks on my costume pop open on stage twice. (You'd think I would have learned the first time.) The story below is not about a wardrobe malfunction, but about a different kind of wardrobe emergency I had this summer dancing in Bodrum, Turkey.
After acquiring not one, two, or even three, but FOUR brand-new costumes in one week, I was excited to the point of being overwhelmed. Which costume should get the spotlight first? I wondered.
I decided on the black
I had subscribed to a magazine "Belly Dance A Raqs Sharqi Magazine" last fall and only received one edition. I have tried to contact the magazine but have not had my inquiry answeredas to the status of my subscription. Has anyone else has this problem. Does anyone know if the magazine has folded. It as out of Burbank, CA, USA, editor Liliana Sanchez.
Originally Posted by Nyla
Barrington, NJ 08007
Professional Bellydance Artist ~ Instructor ~ Choreographer ~ Philadelphia area
Experience the art of Middle Eastern Dance by mesmerizing Nyla!
Nyla is a highly professional and skilled Middle Eastern Dance artist, instructor and choreographer. She was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan – the heart of Central Asia, on the crossroads of the ancient "Silk Road." Her unique style and ability
Since I returned to Turkey in January 2011, I've been lucky enough to have my performances televised and/or perform on TV four times.
All four times have involved at least some level of stress or confusion!
The first time, I was performing in a Turkish Romany concert. It was before I felt prepared to perform Turkish Romany dance, and it was my first gig after moving to Istanbul.
The second time, I appeared on Mehmet Ali Erbil's show, and I almost missed
Updated 08-20-2013 at 03:45 AM by Lara Adrienne