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With the installation of the COVID19 pandemic in our lives, already for a year, dance, an art mostly viewed live, on different stages and in theaters, has moved its activity online. It tried to adapt to the new requirements, managing to survive in these conditions. Most of the theaters started to post often on social networks, hoping that through this increased activity, they would still keep their audience. The purpose of this writing is to pre-sent the advantages and disadvantages of passing choreographic performances in the online environment. Was this compelling to stop the physical meeting a barrier from all points of view, or did it also bring positive parts in the choreographic field? Has it increased or restricted the imagination? What will happen to choreographic art in the next period? In the future, will the audience want to watch live choreographic performances or will they prefer the online environment?
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