Friday the 13th of June was a lucky day, well that and a fun day to boot.
Along with a little glimpse into the Canadian art scene via remote tele-projection:
DC introduces the crew and the show: The best looking audience in San Francisco: The best looking audience in Vancouver: Maestro Yagiz doing the live scoring: Audience with our camera operator Laurence: As the event unfolds:DC calling the show with Yagiz on musical accompanyment:
Dreamy afterglow:What an amazing event this was too, three concise acts that were thoroughly entertaining. It was nice to be “done” with my part early on and to be able to be an audience member. DC did such a wonderful job creating moments of delight an flash during the show, I have to say that Jestingrabbit’s stage ended up being the perfect stage for the show.
There was just enough noise in the performance to make us really appreciate the effort that the eight horse dancers had gone through to make the show a feast for the eyes.
I am so glad I got to experience this “live.” It was a perfect example of what is possible in a virtual space with audience separated by hundreds of miles and performers even more spread out…