|glasseye - 2010-04-04 |
The elephants are not amused.
|urbanelf - 2010-04-04 |
At first I was like, "oh, what a funny thing to do in dress rehearsal!"
But then I was like, "goodness gracious!"
Judging from the timbre of the laughter, this was performed in front of an audiance of mostly children.
Yeah, there's a good chance this was at least semi-planned by the cast, on account of the audience.
|Louis Armstrong - 2010-04-04 |
It aint easy being cheesy. Thats why this gets five.
|Valvados - 2010-04-04 |
I wonder who was the second choice for the lead. And I wonder if he's the type to hold a grudge.
|gmol - 2010-04-04 |
5 stars for eating the flies he caught.
|gnpaaron - 2010-04-04 |
well played, tiger.
|dichotic1 - 2010-04-04 |
i mean, he did put in the request, in writing, for the night off a whole month in advance.
|Lauritz Melchior - 2010-04-04 |
Needs a "Tchaikovsky" tag.
Also, this is awesome.
I thought it was Rimsky-Korsikov.
Yeah it is Rimsky-Korsikov's Scheherazade.
It's a slower performance, but you can catch the music.
Arab dance from the Nutcracker.
|Kumquatxop - 2010-04-04 |
My favorite is how the cameraman clearly is much more interested in the tiger than what he supposed to be filming
|zatojones - 2010-04-05 |
he got into a "thing" and just went with it
|Meatsack Jones - 2010-04-05 |
It actually made interpretive pseudo-ballet palatable.
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