Props to dance and theater families

19 09 2012

Whoa!

What a whirlwind of a month September has been! We have one day per week not assigned to play practice/choreography, dance class, girl scouts or etc… Saturdays. We love it, the kids are doing amazing, and the girls are blowing me away with how fast they can catch on to some rather intricate choreography! My, what little performers they are! I’m hoping to obtain the director’s permission to share some clips of rehearsals so you can see how amazing this production of Annie is going to be!

I would love to blog more about this, but I am so exhausted I just want my late dinner and a movie with my wonderful, magical, amazing partner (who is so supportive to all of us in our new adventures in theater, and helps me remember to laugh, hydrate and breathe). In conclusion, I have to say that theater families are awesome, hardcore and really supportive of one another as a tribe and it’s so great to have such a blessing to be welcomed into a challenging, yet very rewarding world of parenting. I am excited to look back at our progress over the year and can’t wait to enjoy each and every step of the process of getting there.

This is as close as I could find to similarities in the choreography for one of the dance numbers, and this is still nowhere near as intricate and interesting as what our very talented choreographers have constructed:

Never Fully Dressed (the Reprise, so just the latter half of the performance) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIbekta1RKU&feature=related

and I have scoured youtube looking for a similar performance of Hard Knock Life, and most shows have a more simple version of it than ours is going to be, I found this one from Melbourne that was close, the performance itself does not begin until the 30 second mark of the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=8r2zX0xf8M4

Hopefully will have pictures and videos to share soon of the progress!

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