The Troupe
This drummer's journey with other drummers.

Archive for the ‘Bellydance’ Category

The Sacred Space of the Stage

December 19, 2015

I firmly believe that the stage is a sacred space, where artists share their emotions, their passion, their work, and their very humanity with the audience, and strive for connection, acceptance, and understanding. Our “Western Culture” hates those who are “not normal”, so every artist (EVERY artist) has had to deal with the shame of […]

Making an Album.

June 21, 2012

In short, we are now busy in pre-production and fund raising for our first album. Please, take a look at the Kickstarter link. Any and all support is greatly appreciated, even if that support is simply passing the word, and wishing us the best of luck. The Link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/charlesofthetwisted/the-drummers-of-twisted-gypsy-our-first-album

Rehearsal: August 26, 2009

August 27, 2009

Last night’s rehearsal with the dancers went pretty well. The agenda for the troupe overall was to work on transitions, both how and when. We needed to figure out some sort of cues, or timing, to know when to change our beat and tempo. Ironically, especially after how productive our last few rehearsals have been, […]