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The backstage

There was this girl in the school where I practiced the Flamenco. She was around 12, 13 and she had some cognition issue, which made her behave as if she was even younger. We all trated her as a baby.
It was the end of the year and we were rehearsing a lot for the annual presentation, there was a lot of tension in the air, but I was already used to it, so I could play this role as our teacher's assistant.
The day finally came. Everything was going well, so I could concentrate on my own choreography and feelings. I was waiting for my turn to go on stage when I realized that the girl had forgoten her sombrero - one of the accessories used in the Flamenco dance. I got very worried. I believed she would run away from the stage and spoil the presentation. I couldn't turn my eyes from her, so I saw all the process. When it was the choreographic moment of picking the hat, she realized it was lacking and started crying. Then she looked towards us with a scared look. But she kept dancing, miming the hat moves.
It was a great lesson of being on stage. It happened many years ago, but I've never forgotten it.

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There was this girl in the school where I practiced the Flamenco. She was around 12, 13 and she had some cognition issue, which made her behave as if she was even younger. We all trated treated her as a baby.
It was the end of the year and we were rehearsing a lot for the annual presentation
, there . There was a lot of tension in the air, but I was already used to it, so I could play this the role as of our teacher's assistant.
The day finally came. Everything was going well, so I could concentrate on my own choreography and feelings. I was waiting for my turn to go on stage when I realized that the girl had
forgoten forgotten her sombrero - one of the accessories used in the Flamenco dance. I got very worried. I believed she would run away from the stage and spoil the presentation. I couldn't turn take my eyes from off her, so I saw all the whole process. When it was the choreographic moment of picking came to pick up the hat, she realized it was lacking missing and started crying. Then she looked towards us with a scared look. But she kept dancing, miming the hat moves.
It was a great lesson
of about being on stage. It happened many years ago, but I've never forgotten it.
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