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Clogger's Journal Diary – June 10, 2015
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
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About the Author
Sheila Jo Spencer took her first clogging lessons as a fifth grader in Jackson, Ohio. She currently dances with the Fancy Free Cloggers, directed by Evie Poe. She also performs regularly at the Red Barn Convention Center in Winchester, Ohio. Sheila Jo describes her personal dance style as containing an abundance of energy and enthusiasm, coupled with an utter lack of grace. Like most cloggers, she will randomly break into dance in the middle of her living room, much to the annoyance of a certain handsome gentleman and two spoiled cats...
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For students, this is a great way to track your progress as a dancer - from the first beginner routines you learned, to the more intermediate and advanced routines you've progressed to. It's a rewarding way to look back and see how far you've come, remember some of your earliest routines, instructors, and shows.
As a team director, this is invaluable. It's a great way to track all those routines you learn at various workshops, remember which ones you might want to go back to and teach to your team, or even if there's a particular step from a routine that was really cool that you want to remember. As a director who is always teaching her team new dances to perform, the performance pages are especially good to make notes on what went well, what didn't, if there were numbers that the audience really responds to (or that fall flat for whatever reason). And again, it's fun to be able to look back and see how far the team has come. Thanks Sheila Jo for creating this!