Program flyer courtesy of Kathy Papienski. Used with permission.
Hello, lovelies! About 4 weeks ago, I performed in the bi-annual Raq Out show, presented by the College Park Arts Exchange. Raq Out is coordinated twice a year – once in the Spring and once in the Fall, usually around Halloween. I performed in last Halloween’s Raq Out and decided to do it again this year. This year I performed with one of my dance sisters, Amy. I’ve danced a couple of solos before and a number of times in groups, but this was my first dance duo. Amy and I decided to perform tribal fusion. I was nervous, but I had so much fun!
As always, I must share our makeup and costumes. Here’s our makeup:
Here are the costumes. It’s common in tribal and tribal fusion belly dance for our costumes to coordinate a bit, without matching:
Here are more pictures of us dancers and our costumes:
Stage photos are courtesy of Todd Harris. Used with permission.
It was a blast dancing with Amy and everyone enjoyed our cute performance. My apologies for not taking video of our performance – I was just too nervous. But there will definitely be video of our ATS® Sunday brunch performance, coming up in one week! I’ll leave you with the song that Amy and I performed to, “Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse” by Bogore & Sikdope.
Love & Shimmies,