Yesterday I was able to attend the graduation show for Dancing Outside the Lines.
I’m happy to see so many schools and classes popping up around the grid.
The show opened with a beautiful butterfly fairy number.
I didn’t catch the name of the song that was used, but it was a lovely instrumental piece.
Her dance was supposed to be a duet, but her partner had to drop out at the last minute.
Annie’s dance was a mix of ballet and hip-hop – my notes do not show the name of the song.
I’m a horrible note-taker when I’m trying to snap pics! 😛
The DotL school is for both Gorean and mainstream dancers, and the next act was Gorean-themed.
The set was lovely.
This dance also had emotes, as most Gorean dances do.
If I have deciphered my notes correctly, one of them did the set building and the other the choreography.
The final act of the show was a routine done by one of the instructors, Ayita.
The dance started out in front of a saloon and faded into an interior scene.
I think the name of the song was ‘5, 6, 7, 8.’
(My memory is terrible, and my handwriting is even worse!)
Following Ayita’s act, there was a group/audience dance, though I didn’t have time to stay for that.
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They are now also offering rentals for building spaces, if that’s of interest to you.