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-Bethe Dufresne, THE DAY
Performed by John Basinger
A career as a dancer in Canada is a good career option because dance is an enjoyable way to express yourself. To be successful, you must attend a dance school, and you must select a form of dance that is not too complicated, such as contemporary dance. If you train and work hard, you could land a job at a contemporary dance theatre in Canada.
Join a contemporary dance class that has dancers who are in your age group. If you cannot find any classes in your area, join a lyrical dance class is instead. Ask the instructor about a trial lesson; during the trial, you can determine if you are comfortable with the class and the teacher.
Develop Your Dancing Skills
A contemporary dancer must be flexible so that jumps, leaps, and other moves can be performed well on the dance floor. To improve your flexibility, slowly stretch your limbs every morning and evening. You should also stretch before you start each dance class.
If you do not understand how to perform certain dance moves at your dance class, practice them at home constantly until you learn them. If you learn the most basic moves, they will aid you when you try most advanced moves.
Learn Dance Technique From Other Dancers
You should become friends with other dancer because they can offer helpful dance tips. In addition, if you examine your friends’ moves, you can discover new techniques.
How To Prepare For A Dance Performance In Canada
Practice is very important before a performance, so ask the directors for advice. The night before the performance, get a good night of sleep. If you have anxiety, sleeping will be challenging; as a result, your performance could suffer. On the morning of your performance, prepare a healthy breakfast that has a good source of protein.
If possible, keep a bottle of water somewhere backstage. Do not drink too much of it because it could affect your routine. However, if you have to speak or sing, a few sips will help you perform better.
Although most theaters have changing room, a few of them will not. Dancers must be prepared for this; the changing experience shouldn’t be awkward. In addition, some costumes may have hard-to-reach buttons; in this situation, a friend can help out if everyone changes in the same room.