Guest JRSDANCER87 Posted September 4, 2003 Report Share Posted September 4, 2003 I'm learning the company's "flowers" from Nutcracker right now, and I have to perform it on Saturday and am having an extreme amount of difficulty changing my spot in the turns. THis choreography of my artistic director consists of many pencil turnss followed by bourres in a different direction, and then a different pirouette, all with these very odd arms (that look like flowers, I guess?), and you have to change your spot so quickley that I find it hard to find something different to spot. ALso, we'll have to start a turn facing one direction and do 2 and 1/2 turns which means you have to end facing a different direction. During what part of the turn do you change your spot? And how do you find a new spot, where is a good place to put your eyes (because I have trouble finding something to spot when I try to look at a new place)? Thanks, in advance! Quote Link to comment
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