July 10, 2009
Another week. Another Friday. Another reason to dance! Today’s Dance Party is pretty much how all of my boat parties turn out.
The artist is Lee Jung Hyun from Korea, but she also goes by Ava.
You don’t suppose she’s using this video to launch the cyber attacks, do you?
July 3, 2009
Hoo boy, we made it to Friday. Stand up. Dance.
Until the last minute, I thought it would be a Michael Jackson Moonwalk. Instead I wanted to remember the lives that have been, and celebrate the time that we get.
So get dancing, yo.
June 12, 2009
My only post this week, and it may as well be dancing!
The Friday Dance Party today is in honor of Wayside Theatre’s opening of Man of La Mancha. Sounds like it was amazing.
MoLM runs at Wayside through July 4, 2009. I can’t wait to see it.
June 5, 2009
If there was anything I really missed about blogging it was inflicting the Friday Dance Party on the world.
Well, I’m back. It’s Friday. And we’re dancing.
I think we’re going to add this number to our current production of Cotton Patch Gospel. Don’t tell Warner and Steve. We want it to be a surprise.
DMT stands for Dream Mission Team. You can learn more if you visit Ilovedmt.com and happen to understand Korean.
April 24, 2009
Friday Dance Party time. Hoo ya.
There’s only a little dancing on this video, but this is a song that can get you dancing. Well, kind of.
But this song felt right for my last week in Northern Virginia. With a giddy melancholy, I’m gonna take a hike.
Vodpod videos no longer available.
The band is Thunder Power from Omaha [MySpace], and the gleefully quirky video is directed by Lindsay Trapnell.
April 17, 2009
Friday and time for the Dance Party! So, what would happen if you were walking along minding your own business…and a production number broke out?
This is what would happen…
Thanks to Barbara, a great friend to Wayside Theatre, for e-mailing this one to us. It just makes me smile everytime I think about it.
April 10, 2009
Friday has come around again. And that’s Good. Get it?
Today’s Dance Party comes from my post yesterday about how my siblings and I used to dance to Zorba The Greek on Herb Alpert’s Goin’ Places album.
Well let’s go back to the source and dance!
Or should I say, χορός!