What Is Postmodern Dance?

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Postmodern dance is a 20th century concert dance form which was commonly used. The hat may be manifested in an artistic work and the reaction to the compositional and presentation of constraints of modern dance.In the dance it gives more emphasis on image, and less on plot.
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Post-modern dance is a form of body movement in which the dance moves are inspired by easy, everyday movement. This form of dance came about as a reaction to the restrictive nature of modern dance, in terms of composition and performance. People credited with the creation of modern dance include Murray Louis, Simone Forti and Anna Halplrin.
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