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Participant dance grew out of a traditional Inoram dance style, evolving from a low-class cued style of participatory dance to the wildly popular improvisational society dance that is generally accepted at Empire social functions in all ranks and circles.
In participant dance, a 'director' leads a group of 'participant' dancers through memorized moves using a series of cues. The moves are broken up by skill level, indicated by the number of feathers in the director's headdress. These moves are not pre-choreographed, but decided in the moment by the director to follow the music.
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