Thanks for your answer. I was wondering if most dancers care to dance during the day because I know a few who dislike dancing during the bright day because they believe it isn't as glamorous or glamorous at all. Some say it is because the heavy make-up looks weird when it's too bright. My only complain is that I don't get to do the show I'm able to do when I dance at night because the space at the day time restaurant is so limited. I basically dance between tables and there are about two 8 feet spots where I could potentially do something worth a show or use props vs just dancing around the tables the whole time. It is not too much the light factor that makes me feel it isn't glamorous. It is more the fact that I am limited to what I can do. Any ideas for what to do in such a small space? Should I try bringing my props? I think this may be a question for yet another threadIm glad the boss didnt have a problem with it...though I agree with the previous posts...as long as there is nothing in your contract that would forbid it, then it's up to you what you do on time that is unpaid and spent off company property.
I dont know if I have a truly informed answer to when I would dance. I have been "off" belly dance for a few weeks, and I think I'm only going to ever do it as a hobby. I dont anticipate anyone wanting to pay me to dance...but I would if I were offered an afternoon job.