Singin’ In The Rain

Singin’ In The Rain – Singin’ In The Rain performed by Gene Kelly

Wednezday Dance Review travels back to an iconic classic dance known as “Singin’ in The Rain” dance number performed by Gene Kelly. The song ‘Singin’ In the Rain’ presents a classic upbeat tune with an equally charismatic dance performance by the screen character, Don Lockwood played by, Gene Kelly.

Singin’ In The Rain is a 1952 film about the experiences of a silent film production company and cast of the 1920s difficult transition to sound.

In this performance, the late Gene Kelly captures the essence of being in love with his giddy attitude, swift dance routine shifts, and tap dancing sequences. Gene Kelly truly captured the moment through song and dance of what being in love not only looks like but feels like in this energetic his iconic dance number. Perhaps this is one of the reasons ‘Dancing in the Rain” has remained smeared in the minds of many worldwide.

Dancing In the rain continues to withstand the test of time long after the film’s storyline has faded from memory from one generation to the next. Yet it is this blissful dance and jovial tune of a music that seems to endure a timeless recall.

Overall, the notorious dance number originally performed by Gene Kelly continues to promote the concept of enjoying life even in inconvenient circumstances such as being in rain.  The concept of enjoying life with a jest of Love makes everything seem that much more tolerable indeed.

 

 

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