Personal Narrative: Understanding Dance

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This reading demonstrates that the audience, as a participant, should understand dance. I agree with Nora Ambrosio, especially her idea that the participation of the audience is vital and the audience is “ an equal partner” in the performance. This viewpoint reminded me of my personal experience when I took the piano grade examination. It was a gloomy rainy day. I walked into the performance hall nervously, and then I adjusted my mood, starting my performance of the Swan Lake. However, the examiners began to whisper to each other, and soon “the discount”, ”Gap for my son” and “high heels” jumped into my ears. The sense of ignorance and grievance welled up, and my hands began to tremble with discordant notes while one examiner seemed to fail

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