Dance and Danseability
|Author(s):||Alison Rider Hill and AJ Smith|
|Game EMail:||ibarhis AT gmail DOT com|
|Male Players:||Min: 1 / Max: 20|
|Female Players:||Min: 1 / Max: 20|
|Neutral Players:||Min: 0 / Max: 0|
|Total Players:||Min: 2 / Max: 40|
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Spend an hour on Sunday preparing for Sharp and Sensibility by learning the dances which may be danced at Court, at Almack's and elsewhere... It is also possible that, in this private Dance party, the waltz may be introduced even though the Patronesses have not yet given their Approval.
Dancing masters Alison Rider Hill and AJ Smith will introduce you to the joys of Regency-style dances (as specially arranged for S&S) in this informal one hour session. No prior knowledge will be assumed. Flat or low-heeled shoes should be worn.
Rider Hill, Alison
You mean last year's Bio doesn't just get copied over? Oh, goodness, well... me... I allocate accommodation at Consequences. Accommodation Tsaritsa - why Tsaritsa - well it was a game.... of course it was a game... And also this year, I'm teaming up with AJ to do a session on Sunday afternoon of Consequences
Dance and Danceability: A quick and dirty introduction to some very very basic historical dance (ie country dances and the-waltz-for-everyone-who-can-count-to-six... well three twice if that helps you ... after all, on the Sunday afternoon of Consequences can you guarantee to count to six?
Looking forward to great games and lots of catching up ...
AJ wishes to apologise for the many liberties taken with Elizabethan history during the creation of All's Well That Ends. However, he was telling the truth when he said that the game has: