1. What is your history with dance in SL?
I began dancing (pole dancing that is) in SL when I was a wee little noob lass. After some time, I moved on to other things in SL, different groups and places. One day I was introduced to The Elysium Cabaret Theater and so it began! I began dancing in SL in 2013. I began as a back up dancer at Elysium and learned from some of the best dancers on the grid. After about a year I decided to give it a try on my own and never looked back. Since then I dance for several wonderful theatres and troupes!
2. What do you enjoy the most about SL dance?
The creativity, the ability to tell a story that has come to me, usually at some odd moment or time of the day. The people I have met and continue to meet that enjoy the artistic creativity in SL. Like a real family, the dance community loves each other then will tell Mom on you, but in the end we are still family.
3. What do you enjoy the least about SL dance?
The struggle to bring the vision to life. We all see our dances coming to life and how we want it to look. Sometimes that vision doesn’t happen as desired.
4. What has been your best experience in SL dance?
Dancing and learning with some amazing people. Getting to dance at the Avi Awards Ceremony, dancing to raise money for several charities, but most of all, opening and owning my own theater.
5. Out of all the dances you have done or participated in, which is your fave?
Chrissy did this amazing set long ago where the entire theater looked like we were in space and if you happened to fall you would fall forever. It was awe inspiring to me and I have never forgotten it.
6. What message would you like to leave for your fans or the dance community?
If I do really have fans, I would like to thank them for supporting me and where I dance by coming to the shows, their comments and tips and love for creativity in SL.
7. Anything else you’d like to share?
I’d like to share a coke because “I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony. I’d like to buy the world a coke and keep it company. That’s the real thing!”