Maybe we should rebrand ourselves as "Music and Dance Fans." Music and dance quite often go together, and fans of one are often fans of the other. Almost all dance is done to music, and much of the most popular music around the world is associated with dance. There is bound to be overlap in expertise and interest, and searching for Dance on Area 51 even leads to our site. Since we don't have either a robust user base or supply of questions, why not integrate dance into our charter, and potentially double both?
To make it clear, I'm primarily asking if we should reach out to dance "fans" not dance practitioners. Practitioners might well need a SE site, but that doesn't seem like as obvious a match with us.
Sample questions might be along the following lines:
Who is the dancer in [the Outkast Music Video]?
Are there set moves to the "Achy Breaky"?
What's the difference between the Detroit Hustle and the Chicago Hustle?
Was Martha Graham the first modern dancer?
Have any dance crazes been actually physically dangerous?
Is there a widely used method for notating dance moves for hip hop?
What is the first popular dance to be invented in America?
Is the Gavotte a partner dance?
What's the name of the dance done in the [video] (link provided)?
Where did all the dances in the "Watch Me" video come from?
Is the Stanky Leg a "real" dance?
Does the "limbo" dance traditionally have any religious significance? Is it related to metaphysical limbo?
Is there any traditional African dance style that matches the kind of dancing done by Storyboard P?
Who invented the Moonwalk?
Are the professional dancers on "Dancing With the Stars" really among the world's best?
These all seem to me to be good matches to the kinds of questions we already cover. Of course, we might field the odd dance practice song, given there's no Dance Practice SE, but we wouldn't expect that to be any major part of our traffic.