See Me, Feel Me: Male choreography – Cry Me a River

See Me, Feel Me.  A dance performance, generally RL, that touched me in some way, but I won’t share with you how.  That’s for you to feel, to see, to listen.  I watch dance performances in SL, and in RL through videos.  I sink deep into them, how do I feel, how do I react to it, can I feel the movement, does it inspire me, or do I dislike it.  In turn, I believe it expands my own mind and creativity.

There are elements in this I like, others I don’t, but I leave that for you to discover for yourself, on your own.

In SL, male choreography I believe is one of the most challenging things to do because let’s face it – most dancers in SL are women, most choreographers are women, and there are 876,942 dance animations for women, and 14 non-feminine dances for men.  Exclude the exotic male dancer animations and there’s….three.  (Yeah, I exaggerated but there is a significant gap.)  Adding wrist locks to the men can help, but it’s still a challenge.  One thing I really liked in this dance performance is watching powerful and artistic “male” choreography.

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