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re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By person74365 Comments: 23, member since Fri Nov 25, 2005
On Sat Nov 26, 2005 07:44 AM
I agree!
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By person74365 Comments: 23, member since Fri Nov 25, 2005
On Fri Dec 02, 2005 10:29 PM
I'v got a question, isnt a leotard/unitard more comfortable?
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Patrick14 Comments: 13, member since Sun Nov 27, 2005
On Wed Dec 28, 2005 06:51 PM
Wow that really helped man, thanx


Pat
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By BalletDancerC Comments: 20, member since Sat Dec 31, 2005
On Sat Jan 07, 2006 07:25 PM
Edited by BalletDancerC (148441) on 2006-01-07 19:48:03
Thanx for the information. Its interesting to learn more and more about ballet and stuff. I juist started so i really don't know much about it yet, and i came here to learn more.

I guess i'm starting all ready!!
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By MrUSADanceDream7 Comments: 14, member since Tue Jan 03, 2006
On Sat Jan 07, 2006 10:39 PM
that post is so incredible! what a great idea! i have been dancing ballet for seven year and there are some things in there i had never even thought of(i.e. double up on the dance belts)! haha...those evil dance belts...what a crime to guys...but hey i'd rather wear that than have panty lines...LOL! awesome post, awesome guide!
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By stkin01 Comments: 78, member since Mon Sep 05, 2005
On Thu Jan 19, 2006 08:35 PM
thanks

i think i read that in a book diffrent wording ofcourse if i think of the book i will tell you
A BASIC GUIDE
By mrmaslon Comments: 20, member since Tue Jan 31, 2006
On Tue Jan 31, 2006 09:36 AM
To the person who wrote this 5 star, you are on the money,
I also have to add why not carry this article further,
This is not just a Net thing, this could become a full book,'
details to details and questions and behaviors have all been answered- Cheers!
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By HEMINC Comments: 36, member since Fri Jan 20, 2006
On Thu Feb 02, 2006 04:35 AM
Very useful stuff. I will be printing a copy for my dance file/wall of posters. I have yet to discover some of the issues noted in the post, but am glad to have been pre-warned.
Thanks,
H
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By bcdancing Comments: 22, member since Mon Feb 13, 2006
On Wed Feb 15, 2006 01:22 PM
Thanks for the advise. This was very helpful as I am just now getting back into classes. What do you recommend for the suspender elastic to hold up the tights? I hate the belt around the waist because unless it is real tight the tights don't stay up.

BC
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By denisonpanda Comments: 102, member since Fri Feb 17, 2006
On Fri Feb 17, 2006 07:57 PM
Thanks!
Something
By sunxin Comments: 1, member since Fri Mar 03, 2006
On Tue Mar 07, 2006 12:20 AM
Thanks
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By bralee64 Comments: 23, member since Sun Mar 26, 2006
On Sun Mar 26, 2006 10:19 PM
.... thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Tdavis81 Comments: 1, member since Tue Apr 04, 2006
On Tue Apr 04, 2006 10:46 PM
Thanks for the advise. :O)
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Tdavis81 Comments: 1, member since Tue Apr 04, 2006
On Tue Apr 04, 2006 10:47 PM
Thanks for taking the thought and time for your post. That's really great advice and is definately needed.
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Mike26 Comments: 21, member since Sat May 07, 2005
On Sun Apr 09, 2006 07:25 PM
Thank you so much for the guide. I've been thinking about taking a ballet class, so this will really help.
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Mike26 Comments: 21, member since Sat May 07, 2005
On Tue Apr 11, 2006 04:41 AM
I like your icon of Carlton. He always cracked me up with that dancing. He did a good job with some Michael Jackson moves too
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By canuck6 Comments: 11, member since Mon Jan 23, 2006
On Sat Apr 22, 2006 02:38 PM
As a male dancer I prefer leotards and unitards over t shirts. Early on in dance a teacher asked that I no longer wear t shirts as they were not tight enough for her to see my body lines. Once I started wearing them I would never go back.
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Mike26 Comments: 21, member since Sat May 07, 2005
On Sat Apr 22, 2006 10:58 PM
Wearing two dance belts. Is that allowed. I haven't heard of that before. Sounds as comfortable as wearing two jock straps though. hehe
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By katiez Comments: 22, member since Tue Mar 14, 2006
On Sun May 14, 2006 10:45 AM
hiya i thought it was a bit wierd an queer for boys to to ballet but its not that bad
:O
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By cmcmaha Comments: 20, member since Sat Aug 27, 2005
On Mon Jun 05, 2006 06:36 AM
Very informative!
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By MTguy Comments: 22, member since Thu Dec 29, 2005
On Thu Jun 07, 2007 10:27 PM
thank you so much, this is incredibly helpful!
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Kiwi_Ballet Comments: 18, member since Thu Sep 27, 2007
On Sun Sep 30, 2007 08:35 PM
What a great way to explain and make it simple and easy to understand. I quess we just have to stick to the blacks tights and white T shrit and let the girls wear all the bright colours and styles. I agree with Mustang007 M Stevens are the best. I find washing them in a underwear bag stops them from getting damaged or runs from the washing machine and using a little fabric softner elps to.
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By jocknballettight Comments: 61, member since Sun Jan 06, 2008
On Fri Jan 11, 2008 04:59 AM
hey VERY good tips on ballet....as a late life ballet guy , I can really appreciate all those great ideas.
regarding tights...I SWEAR by M. STEVENS tights...the VERY best..very comfortable and they stay in place..unlike my Harmonie tights which are always crawling down in class....
I too have taken to sewing elactic suspenders to my tights to hold them in place..it works very well in creating a sort of unitard...where most unitards dont seem to fit very well I think
Thanks
Joe
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By Dougi Comments: 119, member since Wed Feb 13, 2008
On Wed Feb 13, 2008 03:24 AM
This is very good advice, sometimes if your the only boy doing ballet in the school, it helps to talk to someone else.
re: A Basic Guide to Males in Ballet
By ralf2008 Comments: 9, member since Fri Nov 16, 2007
On Mon Mar 03, 2008 09:24 AM
Appreciate the information. It is helpful to have advice for those who are serious about dance! Thanks for this, R
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