I call myself a 'missionary of the art of raqs sharqui, oriental dance, middle easter dance or the ever popular misnomer 'bellydancing".
Sarah's mission is to educate, inspire, and entertain the most diverse audience possible about middle eastern, dance, music, and culture, and to teach an appreciation of traditional dances while expanding into new frontiers.
Sarah shows is family entertainment.Sarah has performed at hundreds of weddings, anniversaries, birthdays and corporate events.
Price should not be the first concern. Think instead about the image you want to create for your special event
Her show is a family oriented performance for all ages and includes sword balancing, stick dancing, veil, and audience participation.
Are you looking for professionalism, class and polish that is upbeat fun??Don't settle for someone that offers "bellydancers"but can only give a vague description of who they are........Maybe they have never seen them!!(horror stories abound!).
I only want pleasant surprises for your friends and family!
As a child, Sarah's fascination of Middle Eastern culture and her deep connection to her heritage was evident. The passion of the zingari, gypsies of Sicily, continues to flow through her, mystifying her audiences. She is an artistic dancer with captivating grace and her genuine love of the dance is evident within her self-expression.
Help set the stage for success:
Allow the dancer ample room to perform. If it is more than one dancer a stage or dance floor allows the audience to best appreciate their well rehearsed choreography.
Let the dancer do her show. When it is time for her to choose someone to dance with she will know it. Please do not urge anyone to dance with her if they have not been invited. Just sit back , relax and enjoy the show. let the magic of the moment sweep you away.
Sound is important! Our dancers select their music carefully to create the best show possible. They do not schlep boom boxes so please make sure your stereo is in the same room and that it works and has good sound. If you have a DJ, check to see if he is equipped for tapes or CDs.
Showing your appreciation by clapping with the music, watching attentively and encouraging your guests to do the same will only make the evening more memorable. If guests wish to tip the dancer, showering her with bills is infinitely more authentic and dignified than stuffing money into her costume.
Recommended occasions for hiring a bellydancer: Weddings, birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs, Bat Mitzvahs, housewarming, Arabian theme parties, golden anniversaries, festivals, educational shows, corporate conventions , promotional events. *We do not do bachelor parties!
Be considerate of the dancers time.
This is guaranteed fun, lots of laughs and is perfectly suited for family entertainment. The show is classy, sophisticated and decent… sensual but not sleazy!.