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Menoizikakkuls; Midweek Mesmerism

In this week's experimental dance film, there is a sense of dark slapstick... and can that last man standing resist the jelly???

Tremble is co-choreographed and directed by Jess and Morgs Films, and set to Anna Meredith's brassy track 'Nautilus'.

11 comments:

  1. I don't know what to say. Beautiful and talented dancers! But either they made a lot of jello molds to get through that set, or it was very special "jello".

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  2. I likes it ~ it's quite original. They are FABulous dancers! I was distracted by all the jello....nows I want some! BOL!
    Thanks bunches for sharing!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  3. Brilliant. Juust love the skill of the dancers potraying being pulled against their will by the salver.

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  4. that is amazing!!! and to watch the impressions and all the little details is just great!!!

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  5. these dancers are fantastic, so talented, i love this kind of dancing, but not the traditonal ballet as much as this.. have not seen jello like that since the late 50's when it was all the rage to mold it... i wish i could kick and twirl and leap like that

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  6. That was so entertaining and we just loved it! Thank you!

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  7. Oh my cats who knew jiggly wiggly jello had such balance!!
    Hugs Cecilia

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  8. WOW! Was that ever fun! I loved the catching of the jello and sliding up the stair rail! BTW I cast it to the TV and the cats tried to snag the jello!
    Have a wonderfully happy day!

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  9. Magical and mesmerizing. The dancers are excellent. I will have to share this with my grand-dancers.

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  10. Another awesome effort from Scottish Ballet. Fun too!

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