MJ Posted August 1, 2008 Report Share Posted August 1, 2008 I had an Interesting Class today: One dancer Danced with multiple groups, actually danced with EVERY group, without consideration to spacing or movement. During grande allegro said person decided to strike a pose without consideration to the dancers coming through, I almost landed on her doing a"blind" tour jete (facing the back corner) I never have this issue with teen or class with my company. The teacher is too diplomatic to say anything besides a very general comment, I certain the dancers she is addressing ignore it or are oblivious. Is there a Ballet ettiquette guidebook that I could leave on a bulletin board or someplace? If dancers knew there were common courtesy rules, they would behave a lot more respectful towards the teacher. Cheers, MJ Quote Link to comment
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