"The Effect of Theatre Lighting on a Dancer's Balance"
Success of a dance production lies in a dancer’s ability to be otherworldly, show complicated physical movement effortlessly, and to take the audience on a journey. Beyond the physical requirements and demands of dance, other factors of a performance environment can help or hinder a dancer’s ability to perform at their physical best. The success of movement in the dance vocabulary; turning, jumping, and even simple balance actions can be susceptible to the introduction of theatrical elements not utilized in the dance studio space. Brighter, more drastic lighting can affect visibility, forcing ...
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