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A typical Doni-Ography motion.

Name OriginsEdit

The origins of Doni-ography can be found by examining the root words; Doni- the Galiec root meaning Theatre Stagecraft and the latin root -Ography meaning "Field of Study"


The standard Doni-Ography move is the box step, repeated many times in unison to give the apperance of a well synergized ensemble. Other popular motions inclued the arm wave and the foot tap.

Notable UsesEdit

Joseph Donia is the piorneer user of Doni-ography, though he occasionaly resorts to such last ditch efforts as Choreographers.

See AlsoEdit

  • Doni-Os

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