Dance is a performing art, right? You better say yes! At dance, you win gold medals at competitions, not tournaments. You don’t have teams like the Giants or Packers; you dance by yourself or in groups. Also, you don’t really have a “home stage,” you perform at different stages like the Civic Center or Hoyt Sherman Place.
Solos, duets, trios, anything on stage, but no way, Jose you’re doing that in soccer! Variations like Blue Bird, Four Little Swans, or Kitri’s Entrance are performed while people in softball are pitching. Pitching, dancing, well, don’t you think it’s just a little different? Okay, a lot different.
Where do dancers practice, you asked? Well, they practice in a studio like SCBD or Charlee's Elite School of Dance. At soccer, you usually practice in a gym or in the field, but that’s so not happening in dance!
You are sitting at the Civic Center watching Swan Lake. Now, you think, “That’s what you call performing art!”