Crafting a Set, revisited
Right around the beginning of last year world wide madness, I made a series of posts discussing how I craft a set, beginning to end. From selecting the music, deciding on costuming, to figuring out the dancing. It’s not everybody’s cup of tea, but it’s the kind of info I wish I had found more readily available when I started.
I wrote all the posts and programmed them to release at set dates between February and April. And then COVID hit, and planning gigs was so far down on everybody’s list that it felt pointless. So let’s try these again, but all gathered together.
- Crafting a Set http://curvy-hips.com/2020/02/28/crafting-a-set/
- Crafting a Set 2: My music selection http://curvy-hips.com/2020/03/13/set-2-music-selection/
- Crafting a Set 3: Dancing http://curvy-hips.com/2020/03/20/set-3-dancing/
- Crafting a Set 4: Costuming http://curvy-hips.com/2020/04/03/set-4-costume-selection/
- Crafting a Set Coda: Makeup and Hair http://curvy-hips.com/2020/04/17/crafting-a-set-coda-make-up-and-hair/
As I wrote there, this doesn’t mean that this is the *right* way to put together a set. Your process may be different. But hopefully reading someone else’s will maybe help you understand how it works for someone else, or maybe even consider it from a different point of view.
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