Fairy tales Essay

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fairy tales

Fairy Tales
I love to see Professional Dances, such as ballet and Riverdance. But what is even better
is seeing dancers who aren't professionals. I love going to see Dance Studios Dance
Recitals. What I really like about them is that it shows up much people like to dance, but
doesn't show true talent. Not to long ago I attended Dave Ragnacci's School of Dance
recital, Fairy Tales. This play was set up as if every scene was a fairy tale story. When
the curtain opened, it started, as the dancers were all different fairy tale characters,
such as Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Snow White, ect. Not only did I like to watch it, but
also I could see that other children did too because of the story of the recital.

Every scene was different for each number. In the beginning all the character pretended to
be sleeping, until the music started and they all joined together for the dance called
"Never Ending Story". The song was perfect for the opening because fairy tales are never
ending stories, everyone likes to listen to them, read them and tell them.

The second scene was the story of Snow White. The dance was a ballet, and the second dance
was modern, which is an upbeat type of ballet. When the witch came out and danced the
perfect song came on, Dark Lady by Cher. The dancers danced on toe shoes and played
tambourines.

After that scene was over, the little 4 year old kids came out and act out the Snow White
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