Monday, August 09, 2010

Confused audience

My last blog (that wasn't advertising for my upcoming tour!) was all about unappreciative audiences.... I just realised that I should write also about the good stuff too- cos it is way too easy to focus on the negative!

Tonight I had three seperate tables of people all come up to speak to me after my show... all of them (mixed groups from Egypt, Lebanon and Dubai) all asking where i was from because by looking at my face they were sure I was foreign, but then watching my show they were convinced i was Egyptian. Thank God! I can't do much about my face, well, I could but frankly the 'lets all get so much plastic so we all look like Nancy Agram' doesn't really do it for me! So I will stay looking non-Egyptian and confusing people by dancing Egyptian!

I love my job. I love dancing, even when my body hurts and my brain can't string a sentence together because I am so tired from shows every day... I still, when I am up on that stage, love it.


承王蓁 said...


Alexandra said...

And you know what, the audiences can obviously TELL that you enjoy your job so, SO much and that's why THEY enjoy the show. :) It makes a big difference when you watch people who dance like its an effort and when you watch people dance like they could do it everyday for the rest of their lives!! :) Passion is so important - and you have it!!