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I was assigned to attend a dance event, the event had multiple dances, I chose 4

I was assigned to attend a dance event, the event had multiple dances, I chose 4 dances, I recorded and uploaded them on YouTube so you can watch them and answer the questions. Each question has to have one different dance.
Select ONE dance and thoroughly DESCRIBE the dance in terms of the Elements of Dance. Make sure to include information on the choreographer’s use of body, action, space, time and energy. How do the dancers use space? Shape? What is the rhythm, use of time, dynamics of the movement? What were the groupings of dancers? Was there any partnering? Did you notice an interrelationship among the movements such as repetition and variation of the movement theme and the relationship between the dance and the dancers. Also, describe the costumes, lighting, and music, and stage atmosphere of this dance. Lastly, why is it important to know how to describe a dance? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
Select ONE dance (different from the first one) and INTERPRET the dance. What is the main idea or theme of this dance? How do you know? Interpretation means forming a plausible hypothesis about the meaning of a dance and then backing it up with evidence (movement description). You can examine the meaning of a dance in various ways. For example, if a dance is abstract, you can base your interpretation on the various elements found within the dance (how is the movement used to convey the subject matter, or what about the geometric design, partnering, contrasts, etc.). Next you can interpret the relationship between metaphor and movement. Or, perhaps the dance has a clear narrative, and if it does, describe it. You may feel that the choreographer is trying to convey something that you just don’t get. That is okay. What is it in the dance that makes you feel this way? How does the dance relate to the audience? Is the energy projected out, or does it draw the spectator in? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
Select ONE dance (different from the first one) and ANALYZE the dance. What is the genre or style of the dance? Ballet, modern, jazz, tap, musical theatre, world dance, social dance, dance for the camera? How does the genre contribute to your overall understanding of the dance? How do you contextualize the dance based on style? What historical, cultural, and/or social elements contribute to your analysis? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
Select ONE dance (different from the first one) and EVALUATE the dance. What do you think the choreographer’s intent was in creating the piece, and how well did the choreographer fulfill the intent? What was your overall reaction to the dance? Why do you think you had this reaction? Was this dance successful? What aspects of the dance made it successful (or unsuccessful)? Use your Elements of Dance vocabulary, understanding of style, and understanding of production elements in this evaluation. Also, be aware of your own personal biases and assumptions. Be specific (and use movement description as evidence) when you articulate your likes and dislikes. How can you evaluate the dance within its own context? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
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I was assigned to attend a dance event, the event had multiple dances, I chose 4

I was assigned to attend a dance event, the event had multiple dances, I chose 4 dances, I recorded and uploaded them on YouTube so you can watch them and answer the questions. Each question has to have one different dance.
Select ONE dance and thoroughly DESCRIBE the dance in terms of the Elements of Dance. Make sure to include information on the choreographer’s use of body, action, space, time and energy. How do the dancers use space? Shape? What is the rhythm, use of time, dynamics of the movement? What were the groupings of dancers? Was there any partnering? Did you notice an interrelationship among the movements such as repetition and variation of the movement theme and the relationship between the dance and the dancers. Also, describe the costumes, lighting, and music, and stage atmosphere of this dance. Lastly, why is it important to know how to describe a dance? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
Select ONE dance (different from the first one) and INTERPRET the dance. What is the main idea or theme of this dance? How do you know? Interpretation means forming a plausible hypothesis about the meaning of a dance and then backing it up with evidence (movement description). You can examine the meaning of a dance in various ways. For example, if a dance is abstract, you can base your interpretation on the various elements found within the dance (how is the movement used to convey the subject matter, or what about the geometric design, partnering, contrasts, etc.). Next you can interpret the relationship between metaphor and movement. Or, perhaps the dance has a clear narrative, and if it does, describe it. You may feel that the choreographer is trying to convey something that you just don’t get. That is okay. What is it in the dance that makes you feel this way? How does the dance relate to the audience? Is the energy projected out, or does it draw the spectator in? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
Select ONE dance (different from the first one) and ANALYZE the dance. What is the genre or style of the dance? Ballet, modern, jazz, tap, musical theatre, world dance, social dance, dance for the camera? How does the genre contribute to your overall understanding of the dance? How do you contextualize the dance based on style? What historical, cultural, and/or social elements contribute to your analysis? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
Select ONE dance (different from the first one) and EVALUATE the dance. What do you think the choreographer’s intent was in creating the piece, and how well did the choreographer fulfill the intent? What was your overall reaction to the dance? Why do you think you had this reaction? Was this dance successful? What aspects of the dance made it successful (or unsuccessful)? Use your Elements of Dance vocabulary, understanding of style, and understanding of production elements in this evaluation. Also, be aware of your own personal biases and assumptions. Be specific (and use movement description as evidence) when you articulate your likes and dislikes. How can you evaluate the dance within its own context? Make sure to include the title of the dance and the name of the choreographer when describing the work.
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Paper is on this video https://vimeo.com/731781050/6dffecd1e0 Write a 650-800 wo

Paper is on this video

Write a 650-800 word paper on the UNLV Dance Concert #1. Write a paragraph on each piece presented by name and choreographer. Reflect on the strength of the theme, lighting, costumes, and movement. What insights did you gain from this dance concert? What particular observations about the elements of dance helped you to enjoy this concert? Be specific. Review the dynamics and subtleties of the piece. Identify what was intriguing about the piece. What did I learn today that helped me grow or appreciate how others think? Give insight into your opinion by using comparison or personal experience as you relate to the content of the dance. You may also analyze the dance as pure dance and motion reflecting on the emotional or kinesthetic sensations produced.
What was the name of the concert that you attended? Name one dance selection you enjoyed the most. Who choreographed the dance selection you enjoyed most? What changes would you have made to one of the dances to make it more effective? You can include music, costumes, lighting, etc. If you enjoyed the entire concert equally, explain why. If you didn’t like the concert explain why, and how you think it could be improved.

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Paper is on this video https://vimeo.com/731781050/6dffecd1e0 Write a 650-800 wo

Paper is on this video
https://vimeo.com/731781050/6dffecd1e0
Write a 650-800 word paper on the UNLV Dance Concert #1. Write a paragraph on each piece presented by name and choreographer. Reflect on the strength of the theme, lighting, costumes, and movement. What insights did you gain from this dance concert? What particular observations about the elements of dance helped you to enjoy this concert? Be specific. Review the dynamics and subtleties of the piece. Identify what was intriguing about the piece. What did I learn today that helped me grow or appreciate how others think? Give insight into your opinion by using comparison or personal experience as you relate to the content of the dance. You may also analyze the dance as pure dance and motion reflecting on the emotional or kinesthetic sensations produced. What was the name of the concert that you attended? Name one dance selection you enjoyed the most. Who choreographed the dance selection you enjoyed most? What changes would you have made to one of the dances to make it more effective? You can include music, costumes, lighting, etc. If you enjoyed the entire concert equally, explain why. If you didn’t like the concert explain why, and how you think it could be improved.

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Learning goal: i’m working on a dance writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a dance writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Through a variety of activities, such as aerobics, ballet, and acrobatics, it teaches us how to use our bodies in a variety of different ways.