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  1. Shadow Dance

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The Old Vinegar House in Limassol is gearing up to tell children -- and adults -- a story on Saturday right through to Monday with the help of some shadow dance theatre. The travels of one single grain. Teachers too became a part of the show as they did a shadow dance depicting the most important part of the life of a mother - the relationship between a child and a mother. Blest by the Dark Angel.

Hungarian Shadow Dancing Troupe Attraction

He was pipped in the final by Hungarian shadow dance group Attraction but won rave reviews for his quickfire gags. Jason is back and standing up. Shadow dance company Attraction were named winners of the ITV talent contest.

Shadow Dance

It was an expression of the martial art of assassination, although the connection was lost in some places where the dance was practised. In Seven Cities , it was known only as a secretive act of worship exercised by male and female followers of the cult. Dancers were trained from childhood in the dance's elaborate and intricate movements. Training involved limb-stretching, joint loosening, and the drawing out of the spine to allow 'Casters' to flow with seamless movement.

Dances were performed for priests who observed not the dancers themselves but the casts of their shadows. In effect, the shadow was the true dancer. One version of the dance was known as the Song of the Reeds.