In addition to accompanying The Dancer's solos, use of music is a key component of this play, not only covering scene changes but also as an underscore for the "traveling" sections of dialogue at the end of each act.
As with The Dancer, this music should be sourced from the classical and modern dance repertoire with a particular emphasis on music for male dance solos or original music composed specifically for this play echoing those genres.
The character of The Dancer performs bar routines as well as classical and modern dance solos, perhaps even pieces created specifically for this play. His performance space is bare and is adjacent to, above or behind the central staging area of the play. He never is found on the set proper.