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FREE PLAY The title of the second section in the book Free Play appropriately called The Work The word work has several meanings for most it is some act of labor or some skill they perform for money To others work could be an artistic term a final product of creativity Not only could a work be a painting or a sketch but it could also be a score or in this case a dance choreographed or not In everyday life one always hears practice makes perfect Lately in Improvisational Structures class we have been practicing improvs for Winterdance However in this case we are just getting used to structures and we are also still growing closer as a group According to Free Play Competence that loses a sense of its roots in the playful spirit becomes ensconced in rigid forms of professionalism There have been several improvs when the group became too serious or too focused on making the improv look good Usually as a group we feel different after those improvs and realize that we need to let our playful side show through again Even though there are structures for the improvs the structures changes every time and are not dead set That is the beauty of improvisations there is no dead set path that one must follow Structures ignites spontaneity If someone is feeling flowing and soft not everyone has to feel that way The next chapter of the book The Power of Limits explains how there are different types of limits personal limits limits from your body limits from the group As in the case of the body many rules and limits are God-given in that they are inherent not in styles or social conventions but in the art medium itself the physics of sound of color of gravity and movement Limits can grow and expand as one pushes them For instance my bodys limit has increased tremendously from the beginning
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