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56 minutes ago, kbarber said:

this is a hoot. The Australian Ballet's Wilis work from home.

That IS funny - thanks KBarber!

Interestingly, the video states:

Written, choreographed and directed by
Danielle Rowe and Garen Scribner

Produced and edited by [Alexander] Reneff-Olson Productions

Rowe, an Australian choreographer, is married to Luke Ingham of SFB, and Scribner and Reneff-Olson both are or have been associated with SFB. Rowe's short ballet "For Pixie" was a success at the SFB gala.

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On 5/2/2020 at 8:10 PM, cubanmiamiboy said:

I keep coming back to this. I think it is GENIUS!! Love love love.🥰

You should take a look at Helimets most recent posting as it relates to this finger dance -

Tiit Helimets Final Thesis in Animation - created by a small team of fellow students
(Tiit says he is now an MFA Graduate from the Academy of Art University)

https://www.instagram.com/p/CAYTNsuAn1F/

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For some looney fun with a vaguely balletic theme...

Designer/Model Alexa Chung Learns A 'Ballet Beautiful' Workout

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeA2B92XrBc

Chung is always "wacky" and never takes herself, or anything else, seriously.

"And how is that?
Horrible.
And where are you getting/feeling that?
Everywhere.
Great!"

If you want more Alexa, here she is in Paris learning how to behave at a fashion show (as an audience member).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSuriUCf00c

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On 5/15/2020 at 5:15 PM, pherank said:

The Ballet West "Footloose" video also belongs here. Watch for the giant baby...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f90pEs5difY

[thanks to Ballet Lover for finding this video]

THIS IS TOO MUCH FUN.  THANK YOU, PHERENK AND BALLET LOVER. I NEEDED THIS.  WILL SHARE IT WITH THOSE IN MY CIRCLE.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Uplifting rather than cheerful. Simply a great performance:
 

 

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Posted (edited)

I've removed this post at the 'subject's' request.

Edited by Buddy

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19 hours ago, Buddy said:

I've removed this post at the 'subject's' request.

I enjoyed the performance, Buddy - pass it on. I've always liked a pure and natural, unaffected voice.

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1 hour ago, pherank said:

I enjoyed the performance, Buddy - pass it on. I've always liked a pure and natural, unaffected voice.

Thanks, Pherank. I passed it on.

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I like to pretend I'm the guy with the weights.

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Posted (edited)

 

In greatly anticipating the day that we can close these ‘Covid 19’ topics, which remain very helpful and comforting, because they simply won’t be necessary any more, I’d like to start a new topic entitled, “Cheerful Video for the Day — Ballet and the Arts”. This is looking forward to a world that is as healthy and pleasant, both physically and socially, as possible.

https://balletalert.invisionzone.com/topic/45642-cheerful-video-for-the-day-ballet-and-the-arts/

 

 

Edited by Buddy

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It definitely fits here!

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Not a video, but it really cheered me up that Maria Tallchief is featured today on A Mighty Girl:

 

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23 minutes ago, Buddy said:

"The Swan"

So lovely !

Anyone know who she is ?

https://www.classicfm.com/discover-music/periods-genres/ballet/mystery-dancer-on-london-canalside-audience-passing-canoes/

(Thanks to Jan McNulty at BalletcoForum)

I can't identify her, but the Dying Swan Challenge is a thing (so that may be where this performance is coming from):

https://www.dancemagazine.com/ballet-dancer-relief-fund-2645933643.html

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