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Overall I must say that this was a very good dance I really liked it I thought that the main idea behind it was that these two women one in red Caroline Richardson and the other in blue Greta Hodgkinson were fighting over one man Rex Harrington This storyline was very clearly expressed in the dance and that is a very good thing because it is then obvious that the choreographer Robert Desorsiers did a good job in choreographing the dance to express this point In relation to the shapes that I saw in this dance and the forms and actions I saw many There were a lot of circular shapes I noticed made by the two women with their arms And a lot of their leg movement was linear and angular although I did see some circular leg movement as well The piece was very fluid and pretty much all of the transitions were graceful and very controlled This is a good quality in dance when the transitions are graceful and controlled because that means that much practice and concentration was put into this piece by all of the dancers Nobody wants to see a dance that is crazy and obviously crazy in the bad sense that it looks completely unrehearsed and thrown together at the last minute I also noticed many group shapes which I believe helped to express the main idea of this love triangle The women were both dancing with this one man battling in a sense about who would get him first The unique thing about seeing this performance on tape is that we can experience special effects and see things as they are meant for us to be seen by the choreographer An example of this would be the scene with Greta Hodgkinson in the foreground with Rex Harrington and Caroline Richardson dancing together in the background This scene shows us that Rex obviously has a
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