social dancer

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Synonyms for social dancer

a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball)

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They want to let go and have fun, and dance their feet off, and they prefer to do this in the style of American social dancers.
In the Orientation Theater, visitors will enjoy the first-ever live action and animated film of The Iroquois Creation Story a collaborative project among Ganondagan, Rochester Institute of Technology, Iroquois Social Dancers and Garth Fagan Dancers.
Soho's cosmopolitan environment was strongly gendered female through the presence of women performers and dance hostesses, working and middle class shoppers seeking bargains on ready-to-wear fashions, social dancers, service and sex workers, and entrepreneurs, such as the memorable women who owned "shady nightclubs" and the Windmill Theatre.
This global phenomenon, where social dancers play a very advanced game of Simon Says to musical accompaniment, is completely infectious.
The gala ball is being staged by Stafford-based dance promoters Nick and Alison Gallagher- Hughes, of Midlands Dance Events, who regularly hold events for social dancers around the region.
There's also routines such as step, set and ceili from exhibition and social dancers, with outstanding performances from across the rich spectrum of Irish traditional music.
This special 4-day event brings together performers, instructors, social dancers and spectators from around the world to join the New York salsa community in celebrating this wonderful dance and music.
My wife and I are also social dancers and live in Caerphilly.