A good dance coach is invaluable. She’s like your mirror–always giving honest feedback–only wiser, and more talented.
She’ll tell you how wonderful you are, and the ways in which you are not wonderful–and it’s necessary to hear both.
You go to the coach because you want to get better. There’s a special show you’re working on, or a competition, and you want her guidance and input. Or, you feel you’ve reached a plateau in your dancing, or you are not progressing at
I have a love/hate relationship with this video taken this August in Turkey.
I love the costume, but I hate the way the wind is blowing up the skirt, threatening to compromise my modesty.
I love the song, but I hate the way the person is taping it is telling all my business in the background: “Bu kiz ogretmen, biliyormusun?” (“This girl is a school teacher, you know.”) “Yirmi dokuz yasinda.” (“She’s 29 years old.”)
And the arms! I was so focused on
Updated 09-22-2011 at 01:02 AM by Lara Adrienne
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 04:52 AM by Lara Adrienne