1. What is your history with dance in SL?
I first became interested in dance by creating my own dance team for one of the clubs here in SL. While searching for dances I visited mo-cap, while looking through the store I came across their theater. I read the info on their shows and decided to attend. That’s when I fell in love with doing themed shows. I was amazed, mesmerized by the talent before me. I spoke to one of the workers there and they informed me of a place called (Dancing Outside The Lines ). A place where one could go and take classes on the different spot on tools. I took every class that was offered, While I was learning spot on, I used the Barre hud while trying my best to do shows at Mo-cap. They where very messy to say the least. I worked there while learning for about 6 months.
Upon finishing classes with DOL, I continued to work at Mo-Cap. One night I went to a show at Paramount theater, I spoke to the owner Path and he asked me if I wanted to audition. I agreed and after the audition, I was asked to join his theater which I excepted. My dance team and I worked there for many months and one night after my show I was asked by Rebecca from Winds to do a show there. I agreed and continued to do shows at Winds and Paramount. I met Paul Woodrunner at winds one night, we talked and he told me about the Empire room, I had never been there. I decided to attend one of their shows and from that moment on I set my heart on dancing there one day but I never felt good enough, the dancers there were so amazing. After many months had passed Paul asked me if I was ready to dance for the Empire room I was afraid and I told him no I am still not good enough.
I finally told him I would give it a try, this was my dream, my ultimate desire, to be a dancer at the Empire room and now I am here trying very hard to become better and better under their wings and there are many wings to take shelter under.
2. What do you enjoy the most about SL dance?
The best thing about dancing and building is the end result, after you have finished building your set and programming the dances to step out on the stage and open that curtain having everyone enjoy your show is the most amazing feeling.
3. What do you enjoy the least about SL dance?
I think the worst thing that could happen is to step out on the stage thinking that your show is good and you worked hard on it and it turns out to be a flop. Sometimes you just can’t see it.
4. What has been your best experience in SL dance?
The very best thing I have felt about my show? When Baby, Jilley, Gunner and Paul told me they like my shows now and then because they are so talented and totally amazing, it means the world to me.
5. Out of all the dances you have done or participated in, which is your fave?
I think my fave show was when I did a Cher show, it was totally fun and everyone enjoyed it.
6. What message would you like to leave for your fans or the dance community?
My thoughts to share with my friends and or fans would be, Thank you for your support and your help. I would like to tell you that if your heart is in dance, give it a try. We would love to attend one of your shows some day.