Choreography

As we learn each dance number, the choreography will be posted below.  Please make sure to practice at home!  
We don't have many dance reviews (nor much time for dance reviews!) so practicing at home will help you remember all the dance steps.  
And of course, practice singing while you dance!

Choreography Links Are Located At the Bottom of the Page

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions! 
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Extra Dance Moves Info, Explained by Jenn!
Here are what some of the most popular dance moves are that we use!

plié - bend of the knees
relevé - stand on your tippy-toes
2nd position - stand with your feet shoulder width apart, toes pointed out on the diagonal
1st position - stand with your heels touching, toes pointed out on the diagonal
sashay - a skip step
chainée turn - a 3-step turn

Abbreviations
I use a lot of abbreviations in my choreography.  Here are the most common ones I use.  
If I discover more, I'll add them here. If you discover something you don't understand, please let me know!

SR - Stage Right (when you are standing on the stage facing the audience, it is your right)
SL - Stage Left
US - Upstage (when you are standing on the stage facing the audience, it is behind you)
DS - Downstage
CS - Center Stage





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