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  • Ashley Kravitz

    I have always had a deep passion for dance ever since I’ve been a baby as well as having a fire burning passion for theatre. I have always wondered if they were ever going to collaberate and intertwine the two forms of art together. When growing up, I knew that there was a huge difference between the two as well as the sense of rivalry between them. But after reading this article, its defying all odds. Bringing the two art forms together is what is going to keep audience members like myself on our toes. I think that dance is just a perfect way to interpret something in many different ways depending on the person veiwing it compared to acting just because the words are given to you.. which means the given circumstances are given to you. For the most part, how to be a successful business is actually collaborating the both together and making one strong company. I would love to see a show that incorporates the both because honestly i feel that it would give you a whole new understanding of the two art forms and how well they could actually go together. my only question would be was there doubts when these theatre companies did collaborate with one another? was it hard to bring the people together?

  • Ashley Kravitz

    I have always had a deep passion for dance ever since I’ve been a baby as well as having a fire burning passion for theatre. I have always wondered if they were ever going to collaberate and intertwine the two forms of art together. When growing up, I knew that there was a huge difference between the two as well as the sense of rivalry between them. But after reading this article, its defying all odds. Bringing the two art forms together is what is going to keep audience members like myself on our toes. I think that dance is just a perfect way to interpret something in many different ways depending on the person veiwing it compared to acting just because the words are given to you.. which means the given circumstances are given to you. For the most part, how to be a successful business is actually collaborating the both together and making one strong company. I would love to see a show that incorporates the both because honestly i feel that it would give you a whole new understanding of the two art forms and how well they could actually go together. my only question would be was there doubts when these theatre companies did collaborate with one another? was it hard to bring the people together?

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