Yesterday’s question of the day was about emoting – a seemingly very divisive issue amongst the dance community. I say seemingly, because the most popular response to the question of emoting was far and away that as long as it adds to the performance, audiences are fine with reading emotes. So if your stance has always been that audience hate emoting, perhaps a recheck of that assumption is in order.
It’s been quite interesting to ask these questions and see the responses. I try to predict what the most popular response will be, and so far, I’m 0 for 4. -.- On the other hand, I am very happy to see that audiences are focused on entertainment value rather than big stages and lavish sets. I’m also happy to hear that most audiences don’t mind emotes, because I, too, feel they can add so much to a performance.
Today’s question is about whether there is an audience preference for solo performers or for group performances.
Don’t forget to send your friends over to vote!
Enjoy your Friday and catch a dance show or two this weekend. 😀