Called the qAnthony Robbins of danceq, Bobby Boling has a unique way of inspiring and motivating dancers by sharing stories of adversity and how he and other dancers overcame the obstacles of professional dance. This inspiring book offers tips, tricks, experience, wisdom and personal stories with advice on exercise and health. A Dancer's Manual teaches young dancers how to take class more effectively, how to avoid and treat injuries and how to perform and rehearse more effectively. Professionals will learn how to audition and how to use exercise and weights to enhance their ability. Bobby Boling also offers advice to young dancers and old on alternative careers in the industry if they can no longer dance. A Dancer's Manual will appeal to any young person interested in dance, adults and teachers of studios and parents of dancers interested in helping to guide young people.It also offers many suggestions for what the dancer needs to do in preparing for an audition (e.g. pictures, resumes, prepared songs to sing). Chapter Six ... Chapter Eleven, Other Careers is one of the most important chapters in this book.
|Title||:||A Dancer's Manual|
|Publisher||:||Rafter Pub - 2000-03-01|