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Improvisation Toolkit Volume 2: Structure
When you try to improvise, do you:
- feel boring and repetitive?
- "scribble" when you try to do more than just the basics?
- wish your dancing looked planned and polished?
Many dancers try to make their performances interesting by adding more "stuff": more moves, more layers, more complexity. All too often, that degenerates into a sloppy mish-mash of moves called scribbling. And it's a quick way to lose your audience's attention!
Interesting dancing doesn't need more stuff - it needs structure.
The improvisation Toolkit uses practical, step-by-step exercises to help you organize your improvised dance, so your audience can follow your train of thought.
Nadira Jamal, Nepenthe Ahlam