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Hey Tat, here are somethings I had to say:
- I love your title it really makes sense with the choreography you have so far.
- I wasn't sure if they were supposed to have flexed feet or pointed feet or Bothe, one going into the other, at a point in one of the phrases, I'd just fix that.
- Work on the timing for that moment where they reaching and their legs are like up at the side. I think some of them came down a bit earlier than others. Its crucial to have them in sync because they are "Tethered" I know it was the first showing so its all good, it looks good, but that's all I really had to say.but other than that I REALLY LOVED IT!!!
so I know the "hey" thing is partially improvised but as mentioned I would really clarify the body level and twistiness and arm-yness of those, some people have two vs one arm vs the body up vs down and I like the individualistic vibe of it but really clarifying boundaries can make it more impactful. and again, get the duet closer, like let them lay on each other even, because that contrast with the distance between the rest of them will really sell those relationships! and if you haven't already, moving forward, I think it's important to not only identify the relationship between the central duet, but also the outer three- what is their relationship to each other as well as the central two? it might be interesting to explore the different dynamics between the outsiders and the individuals in the duet so that you can really show that their duo is more special. and also definitely really lean into the heavy weight you've already got going on with your movement- have the dancers really sink and really fight against gravity (like on those sustained legs like realllly have them fight for it with energy through fingers and toes, on the body sinks on the 'jungles' really release/rebound through all the limbs and head)
Tat, being able to watch this has given me a different perspective.Slowing down the original phrase is effective and visually appealing. I also really enjoy the relationship you've created between Erin and Kenzie so far, play with that more. They definiately can be more dynamic in their movement and interactions.
Hi Tat! I would take a look at the spacing during the first phrase. Maybe shifting the duet closer together and having Brittney step forward a little more (kind of like a triangle with the outside 3). During the 2nd phrase, take a look at the first movement when the leg goes back on "hey". Kenzie really twists her upper body and takes her time to get around which I found really effective. Also, be sure to clarify whether their feet are pointed or flexed when they lift their leg up or kick. I'm excited to see where this piece goes!