The past few months have been an enjoyable exploration of putting down into writing the thoughts and the thought process that I go through during my days in the studio. I hope you all have enjoyed it as much as I have.
But I realized, there’s just one thing missing: a two-way conversation.
I suppose I haven’t said anything very controversial, so many of you might not have a strong urge to participate in the comment section – maybe I should change that. 😉 But when I first created the site my hope was to start discussions that would catalyze readers to start their own conversations – whether amateur dancers with professional dancers, ballet ignoramuses with ballet connoisseurs… whatever. Something with a life of its own. Obviously I have some work to do on that front.
So, in this post, instead of me talking to/at you, I’m going to invite you all to ask questions about the ballet world. What are you curious about in the life of a ballet dancer? Maybe you are a dancer – is there anything you want to know about Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, where I work?
I mean it too, I really would love to hear from all of you. If you’re following this blog, there’s a reason behind it. Here’s your chance to explore your interest in the topic a little more deeply.
Ask me/us anything: nothing about the ballet world is off limits here. Want to know how much ballet dancers make? Sure. Whether ballet dancers fall in love with each other easily? Good question. If you’re a dancer: Want to know what kind of work we do at Les Ballets de Monte Carlo? Where we tour? Ask away. This blog post is your blog post!
(And in case you haven’t noticed – I’ve decided to take the plunge and buy the domain http://www.corporalculture.com just to get a little more fancy. Woohoo!)