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Transcript of Dance- Acro
Acro is a combination of acrobatic movements, ballet, jazz, lyrical, and modern. Acro must contain a significant percentage of dance technique, since it is a style of dance. Acrobatic tricks can be done solo, and some tricks performed with a partner. Solo tricks include a front aerial, side aerial, scorpion, a needle, hand walking, back handspring, front handspring, back and front walkovers, etc. Partner tricks include the lawnmower, double cartwheel, swizzle, and pitch tuck. Costumes in acro are most of the time tight fitted to the dancers body so they can move easily, for safety reasons and to see the precise movement of the dancers body. Tight fitted attire is preferred over loose material because it moves with the dancer, instead of causing a distraction and enabling the dancer to preform. Colors of the costumes usually reflect the them or mood of the dance, If dark colors most likely reflecting sad, calm themes. if bright outgoing colors usually reflect happiness, and liven up the audience.
Footwear is lace less, but slip on shoes, such as a jazz shoe or foot thongs. Sometime barefoot is chosen to keep a grip to the floor.
Hair is most of the time in a bun or a pony tail, away and out of the face. Avoiding distractions and mess ups that could happen. http://www.ehow.com/about_5104516_history-acrobatics.html