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1) How many positions are there in dance?
A) Three positions: Spin, Stop, and Breathe
B) 5 Basic positions, depending on what state you live in for the upper body and toes
C) 5 Basic Position, for the feet and arms.
2) What type of dance requires isolation of many parts of the body?
A) Tap, your ankles need to be moving at top speed
B) Jazz, you need to be able to move
C) Ballet, not only do you isolate your feet and arms, but your mind
3) What type of attire should you wear while dancing?
A) Dress your best for practice! Wear a dress or tight fitted skirt, for motion reasons.
B) Get Comfy! Dance is a hard thing to do, you need to relax. P.J.'s are great!
C) A Leotard and Tights with the shoe appropriate for the class! Hair should be back, and out of your face.
4) What position are you in when your feet and arms both spread to the side?
5) Who is the person who has the idea and creates a routine?
A) Performers and Judges
C) Dance Artbliotogrepherists
6) What is Dance?
A) The art of relaxation in the palm of the hand. This art is repeated through your foot in off beat patterns by counts of 14.
B) A series of movements performed in patterns to music. You perform in counts of eight.
C) Movement to every other count of the accompaniment. You always are looking to the right at the Artbliotogrepherist, who will be doing movements to the audience to relax them while the tension stretches on stage behind a wall of cloth.
7) What is the most important type of dance?
A) Jazz because Broadway performers dance in a jazz style.
B) Ballet because that was where dance began.
C) No dance is more important than any other. All Dances are unique and should not be compared to one another.
8) What kind of shoes are worn in tap?
A) High Heel shoes with small screws on the heels.
B) Any shoe with either laces or a buckle that has a small tap on the shoe.
C) Shoes with a high, hard bottom for stomping with no control
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