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In order to be a choreographer, do you have to be able to dance to the level of your choreography?

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Keira’s Answer

Hi, Amy! While you don’t necessarily have to be able to do ~everything~ you have in mind, you need to have the ability to teach other people the movements you have in mind if it isn’t already in their movement vocabulary.
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Jane’s Answer

Choreography in itself is a free form practice once you learn how to adapt your own technique. Levels can be adjustable according to your own style, students, and studio accommodation. Dance/movement term is used inversely due to the body being the mechanism of response and can be done in areas of either creative, therapeutic, and/or popular entertainment.

Challenge Question:
How do you see dance, movement, and creativity? Are the tools interchangeable? Can the work be open level?

Jane recommends the following next steps:

Research Dance Videos (Creative & Modern)
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Tyzhanae’s Answer

Yes it is strongly recommended that you are able to dance to the same level or higher standard of your choreography.
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Min. Leslie’s Answer

You should be able to put a routine together for the dancers. Some people are visual Learners. You will need to show them.
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