Have you ever had a moment in your life when you’ve wanted to break out into a musical dance number? Just us? We love seeing our favourite characters boogie on screen and show their emotions through movement. It can be a joyous and uplifting moment in any film.
So we thought we would take a look at some of our favourite dance sequences from movies, and here they are:
Mary Poppins (1964) – Step in Time
This classic film has so many fantastic sequences to choose from. But one of our absolute favourites is the magical ‘Step in Time’ sequence. With tap dancing, spins and group dances – it’s practically perfect in every way!
Annie (2014) – It’s The Hard Knock Life
This modern take on an old favourite has some really fun sequences, including this one. Next time we’re cleaning our room, we’ll be sure to steal a few of these moves.
Aladdin (2019) – Prince Ali
With its hip hop elements, bright colours and exotic animals, this dance sequence is certainly impressive (even if Jasmine doesn’t seem to be too impressed by Prince Ali!)
The Greatest Showman (2017) – The Other Side
This sensational musical has too many dance numbers to choose from but we think this sequence is one of the greatest (see what we did there?) It has tap, symmetry and hand choreography – it really does take you to the other side…
Descendants 3 (2019) – Good to Be Bad
It may be good to be bad, but there’s nothing bad about this musical dance sequence!
And if you are a big fan of singing and dancing, then the Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School is for you! We offer a range of weekend and after-school classes where this passion is nurtured and encouraged. If you join us this term at the Hackney or Docklands branches, you’ll have the opportunity to perform at the Hackney Empire for our Anniversary Showcase! Or if you join the Greenwich branch, even our Weenies classes, you’ll get to perform in the Anniversary Showcase at the Greenwich Theatre! We still have a few places left so click here to find out more and to enrol now.
We strongly believe that participating in the performing arts can greatly improve your child’s self-esteem alongside teaching other transferable life-skills. We also believe that access to the performing arts should be available to all. That is why we have a Bursary Scheme to allow children and young people, no matter their background or financial situation, the opportunity to get free and part-funded places at our school. Please click here to apply for the Bursary Scheme.