How does it contribute to human values?
The social effects of a great performance are immense. I’m talking about how people connect with the performer. It’s a way to change their mind about people they may have never met, to be challenged by the way they look at a place, or just to learn something about themselves, about the world around them. In the middle of a performance, it’s a great way to express yourself. All of those things are positive social events.
To be honest, I don’t really know how dance has changed our society or how other cultures have changed ours, but a lot of research points to other societies having a similar culture to ours. This is not to say that dance is a bad dance, but if you have never danced before, it’s very hard for you to grasp how things really are. You can go up on the stage, and people will stare at you, but you won’t know if it’s you or if it’s this person. That’s part of becoming a part of society or culture. I feel that being in the room of other people, dancing with them, that you can gain more empathy towards society through the culture of dancing.
What should we do when we’re performing? Should we keep playing? Should we stop dancing?
Well, this is definitely on your mind. The best way to go about it is the following: I always say, take an evening off. You never know where you’ll find that last bit of energy and energy to start over and take another look at your body, your work, your thoughts, your soul. I’d always recommend at the last moment it not to rush it. You can never know.
Sometimes, you might find yourself feeling a little tired and you can’t dance or perform or whatever. This is a perfectly logical thing to do. You need to relax. It should feel like you just had a workout; you’ve put in time, worked hard, and now you need to rest, rest, rest. Take an hour off to have a really nice rest. I always recommend taking that hour off, but even to go for a beer or a bottle of wine, to just really relax. It’s hard to overthink something like that when you’re performing, even more so because you’re surrounded by people. Your mind is always on overthinking, but when you’re performing it’s something that you can just breathe, relax, and take it all in.
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