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C'mon And Dance

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

C'mon And Dance

by Jeffrey Harr

Dancer loves to dance. But she is shy and a little insecure. How does she work past her feelings and let go? How does she dance like no one’s watching?

 About 15 minutes

Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks


 7
7 W


Simple set


 8 pages

Comedy Movement-based
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Dancer loves to dance. But she is shy and a little insecure. How does she work past her feelings and let go? How does she dance like no one’s watching?

An excellent piece to explore movement and dance with actors.

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