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Dance is a live art. In order for a creative process to be complete, the finished work must be presented to an audience. The performance is a critical moment because the audience's response tells the choreographer whether his or her vision has been successfully communicated. Therefore, as an audience member, you are integral to the choreographic process.
You can play your role well and become an active and informed audience member by learning more about how movement communicates, by discovering what goes on behind the scenes and by exploring the process yourself. By being open to the experience and by engaging in the work, you participate in the performance.
Learn more about the Dance Composition in the interactive Choreographer's Toolbox.