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Acro Dance

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Sara Jaymes

on 17 January 2013

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Transcript of Acro Dance

Where did it come from? Derived from gymnastics
Acro Dance emerged from the Unites States and Canada in the 1900’s By: Maureen O'Neill Acro Dance Training Start young
To do all the moves in acro dance you have to be committed
Not many schools teach the dance
Most dancers dance with a partner Early Acro Dance Most performances were performed in vaudeville acts prior to the 1900’s
It was not until the early 1900’s that it became famous.
One of the first famous Actor dancer was Lulu Coates
In 1914 he formed the Crackerjacks, a vaudeville group that had various acro dances.
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