Saturday, June 13, 2009


Kickline- verb- Moment in almost all Golden Age or dance musicals in which all
people onstage form a line and proceed to kick simultaneously. This action an almost
always met with applause by the audience.
Gerry: I saw this non-equity Annie last night and the orphan's kickline didn't even get
Nancy: Oh no! Next stop b'way!

Kick-Your-Face-verb- A command in which a nondancer orders a dancer of extreme
flexibility to grand battement for their enjoyment. Completely gratuitous, but incredibly
worth it.
Lawrence: Taylor, kick your face.
(She does so.)
Lawrence: [elated]Yesssssssss.

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