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re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By balletboy21 Comments: 53, member since Wed Dec 22, 2004
On Thu Dec 23, 2004 07:56 AM
awesome advice...well done!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By cissp Comments: 31, member since Mon Jan 03, 2005
On Mon Jan 03, 2005 03:45 PM
These are excellent, especially for the ladies.

Mike
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By skcorzzajmember has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 66, member since Mon Dec 20, 2004
On Mon Jan 03, 2005 10:30 PM
thats a great pic!!!!!!!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By balletbabe135 Comments: 190, member since Wed Dec 29, 2004
On Sun Jan 09, 2005 02:51 PM
wow! thank you so much! this has helped a lot because i've never done ppd before but i will this summer at a SI. so your advice really helped a lot! thanx again! :)
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By Sumalee Comments: 54, member since Sat Dec 11, 2004
On Wed Jan 12, 2005 02:35 PM
Wow! That's some good stuff right there! It's very nice hearing a guys side of the partnering scene. I first partnered when I was in the third grade....I was Clara in our elementary production of Nutcracker. Then, two years later, for our spring show, we did varitaions from Copelia and I was Swanilda. So, nothing very elaborate like lifts and turns, but promenades, finger turns, and other easy stuff.....
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By xdAnCiNg4HiMxmember has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 191, member since Thu Aug 05, 2004
On Wed Jan 26, 2005 02:44 PM
this really helped me alot because right now were learning a peice for our spring concert and the shoulder lifts are just killing me and my partner THANKS AGAIN!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By DancingNatrymember has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 183, member since Sun Jan 23, 2005
On Thu Jan 27, 2005 03:43 PM
I haven{t started but believe me when I'll do I'll be prepared enough! thanks!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By pointegirl33 Comments: 297, member since Sat Jan 22, 2005
On Sat Feb 05, 2005 08:32 PM
karma! great post. Thanks! :)
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By dancinggoofball Comments: 121, member since Sat Feb 05, 2005
On Sun Feb 06, 2005 06:57 PM
Edited by dancinggoofball (121628) on 2005-02-06 18:47:54
wow thank you so much for posting this. you are very well informed. i am really nervous about starting pas de deux. i hope i have a partner that is as smart as you are aboout it.
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By dadance Comments: 35, member since Fri Feb 04, 2005
On Mon Feb 07, 2005 02:50 AM
Just wanted to say thanks for the post!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By balletboy518 Comments: 20, member since Thu Jul 15, 2004
On Mon Feb 07, 2005 08:51 AM
As a beginner your advice is great. I will be printing this out.
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By mschristinedaae Comments: 59, member since Thu Feb 03, 2005
On Mon Feb 07, 2005 03:36 PM
Wow thanks for posting all of that wonderful information!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By BalletdogPremium member Comments: 1181, member since Sat Jan 29, 2005
On Wed Feb 09, 2005 09:24 PM
Dsrutis, this is a great post. It's the best guide to pas de deux I've ever seen. You obviously have a lot of experience, and I'm glad you included a section for girls.

Rick
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By Dancewonder Comments: 118, member since Sun Jul 10, 2005
On Thu Jun 07, 2007 05:34 PM
WOW! thats amazing!! The only thing i would reccomend is that you dont get into a good relationship with your partner. I recently learned that if you get to close, not even a couple, that your partner will be the first to get involved with personal things.
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By balletique Comments: 50, member since Fri May 18, 2007
On Fri Jun 08, 2007 04:52 PM
THANK YOU--This is absolutely wonderful. I'll be using this for myself and my students :O) You put it ALL out there. Truly Wonderful!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By supermodel Comments: 37, member since Mon Apr 16, 2007
On Fri Jun 15, 2007 06:07 PM
sounds like so much fun!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By dancefreak5622 Comments: 309, member since Tue Mar 07, 2006
On Sat Jun 23, 2007 07:25 PM
WH HOOO! I'm glad somebody here has been there done that and can share their first hand info with us! :D GREAT post! Thanks a bunch

Dancefreak
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By sasha1656 Comments: 70, member since Thu Jul 05, 2007
On Fri Jul 06, 2007 10:41 PM
That must have taken yu forever! I think pas de deux is so beatiful, and I wish I was that good, wow I need to start working hard!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By ballet_dancer34 Comments: 20, member since Mon Jul 02, 2007
On Tue Jul 24, 2007 09:52 AM
Thanks a lot. I haven't had any PDD lessons, not yet anyway, by this post would probably help me in the future!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By TwinkleToes_1313 Comments: 95, member since Wed Nov 15, 2006
On Fri Jul 27, 2007 12:35 PM
BRILLIANT! Thanks a load... very helpful. :)
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By balletgrlforever Comments: 949, member since Fri Jan 12, 2007
On Sat Jul 28, 2007 12:43 AM
Thanks for all the great tips!!

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re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By rmdanceguy1 Comments: 903, member since Sat Nov 19, 2005
On Sat Oct 20, 2007 11:57 AM
Very good information for both partners.
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By daringdancer Comments: 27, member since Fri Dec 19, 2003
On Sun Oct 21, 2007 11:49 PM
Thank you SO MUCH, this is awesome information that everyone doing pas needs to read! I found out some new information from this, and I've been doing pas for years. Thanks!
re: Basic Guide for Pas De Deux
By Gembem Comments: 26, member since Fri Jun 01, 2007
On Thu Dec 13, 2007 01:47 AM
Awesome post! I’ve just had a performance involving Pas de Deux – it was very fun! I think the most important thing for pas de deux is communication. Not just talking in practices but communicating on stage. Pas de deux literally means ‘Dance of Two’… not ‘Dance with 2 people doing solos on stage’ – you get the gist :)
So look your partener in the eyes and smile and be connected - it's unbelieveable how much better it will look,

Anyway Merry Christmas to all!
xx
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