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Have you ever before been confronted with Greek mythology?

I am very familiar with Greek mythology. I studied it in school and have always been fascinated by it, but this is the first show where I play a Greek god.

What was your first reaction when you got notice that you were engaged for the show?

Well I have been with the project from the very beginning. I helped Jillina direct the show und put it together. Originally I wasn’t going to dance in the show, I was just going to help direct and choreography. But I was very exited when Jillina asked me to play Persephone as well.

I think this show is different from other Belly Dance shows because it is done more like a ballet with a storyline and acting. Most Belly Dance shows are more like a showcase featuring dancers but there is no common thread among the dances. This show has a reason for each piece. This show also features amazing male Georgian dancers that will blow you away,

The audience can expect to see a lot of variety, drama, excitement and amazing dancing.

I look forward to meeting you, Heather.

Heather Aued

Hanover, March 12, 2010

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Budapest, March 14, 2010

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by Marcel Bieger
Today, we are going on with the interview with dancer/actress Heather Aued.
Which role do you play and dance in the show?

Persephone (the Greek Goddess of the underworld)