Interviews of Artists Around the the World, misc article illustrations, etc
Sashar Zarif Raqia Hassan Interview Cairo Streets in 1991 - 3 videos Rachel Brice Interview with Princess Farhana and Surreyya
Natalie Becker of Russia
Asmahan of London talks about the Arabic clubs in London
Katalin Schafer interview
Nawarra of Morocco and the UK
Simona Minisini of Italy
Ali of Turquoise talks with MaShuqa
Charlotte of South Africa
Hakima of Morocco
Ahmet Ogren of Istanbul
Testimonials regarding the Cairo Revolution- Sahra, Dahlal, Barbara, Shadi
Selena Kareena of New Mexico
MaShuqa interviews Eva Cernik
Lotus Niraja and her neice Sehar
Rowan Storm gives advice to female musicians
Zoi of Japan
Shereen of Praque, BDUC 2009
Maryam of Tiajuana, BDUC 2009
Jackknife Ruby applies makeup on Bahaia
Mireya of Puerto Rico, BDUC 2009
Rahma Haddad introduces her article
Robyn Friend on Persian dance and culture. Bozenka interviewed in 2008 at IBCC
Links to groups of GS videos not embedded in this page.
6-2011 Serpent Tour 2011 to London, Madrid, and Marrakech, London community events- Jo Wise and others, Flamenco Jazz in Madrid, Ilhaam's class, Simona's Med Fest events in Marrakech, shopping with Asmahan, Morgana or Madrid's goth event, Galit in Brighton, Hossam Ramzy, Charlottes's classes and BD development in UK
6-27-08 The Complete Performance
Bag by Anna The performance bag is that ONE practical and necessary
accessory that aids in the creation of that ideal performance environment.
The Devil's Details, Show Ethics for Professionals by
5-4-07 Part 1- Booking
When a dancer looks good, she, or another, will get called
back to perform again. When she looks bad, customers might be turned
off to our lovely art form forever. Therefore, a bad dancer not only
ruins things for herself, but for all of us
2- The Cross Cultural Factor Warning. There is a great deal of passive aggressive
face-saving behavior in this profession. It is not always
woman friendly either. Respect is not a given...
3- Separating the Girls from the Women If a performer conducts herself as a professional
she is much more likely to obtain repeat engagements and referrals.
No one wants to be seen knowingly hiring an amateur. It is bad
for business and a customer’s image.