Practice Practice and Some More Practice

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Drama 88
Day 10
Practice, Practice, and some more Practice Our primary focus from this point onwards was completely on the final musical scene and the ending scene. For the final musical scene we were thinking out a dance routine. For this I came up with a fifteen second dance routine, which will be done in the scene. In this dance routine Kim and Olivia run towards Luke and I. Then we are supposed to lift them as they jump into our arms. After the lift the girls are supposed to hang on to our necks and we would hold their leg and then spin them. After that, we are to perform the swing dance, which was taught really well by Luke. At the end of the swing dance the girls are to wrap their legs around the guys’ waist and then we are to swing them from one side to another. Then the girls are to get down and side we are to do a side to side step routine ending with a flip. The flip was easy to perform for Kim and I but Like and Olivia are still trying to get the hang of it. Now that the routine was decided, all the focus was put on practice, practice, and more practice. I feel like this dance routine adds a sense of something spectacular to our performance showing our burst of creativity and passion. Along side with the final dance routine, we also had to memorize our lines for our final singing scene and practice our ending scene. The ending scene will be performed in the same order that the passengers got on. So I will begin the ending scene by getting up and saying my line, then Kim, then Luke, and lastly Olivia. During this week, we met outside of class and basically just practice and rehearsed the final and ending scenes to make it as perfect as possible. The dance routine adds a sort of exotic flavor to the performance and the ending scene displays the ignorance of some of the United States public.
In Sync with One Another The main goal of this week was to practice our last dance routine and memorize our lines for the singing parts. We also had to come up with

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