I could admittedly watch this stuff for a lot longer than these featurettes are!
Monday, December 29, 2014
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Tuesday, December 23, 2014
BalletBoyz’s the TALENT performance is a double bill (Serpent and Fallen) with choreography by world-renowned choreographers, Liam Scarlett and Russell Maliphant, respectively. Being both relatively short pieces in length (approximately ninety minutes running time in total, including interval) means that the audience’s attention is held from beginning to end, containing a greater density and quality of content than many shows twice their length. Even the most dedicated balletomane will be stunned by the beautifully-crafted choreography, which works exquisitely in conjunction with the exciting, specially-commissioned, musical scores.
Not only are BalletBoyz the sole all-male dance company in the UK, they are also very much leading the way to dance reaching a wider audience with their presence on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook – their website is also regularly updated with videos and photographs from rehearsals – I can highly recommend watching these videos, as they provide an extra dimension to their works and greatly enhances the experience of seeing the final piece. BalletBoyz are all-too-aware of modern audiences’ expectations for a glimpse behind the curtain, and so, preceding the show, have shrewdly included a short ’making of’ film, showing rehearsal footage, and discussions with the choreographers explaining their work.
Whether watching this show as a returning BalletBoyz fan, physical theatre fanatic, general dance lover, or even just to ogle at their boy-band rugged good looks, this show will not disappoint. BalletBoyz have the unique ability to speak to a very broad audience – I would go as far as to say that even the most reluctant, “No-excuses-you’re-coming-along”, attendee would appreciate this show.
Einstein once famously said, ‘Dancers are the athletes of God’ – after watching BalletBoyz, you can’t help but agree.
Posted by MB at 12:15 PM
Monday, December 22, 2014
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Monday, December 15, 2014
So on a similar topic, I've been delighting in the fact that there are actual blogs dedicated to the Most Famous Ass in Comics. Dick Grayson a.k.a. Nightwing was a trapeze artist, went under the tutelage of Batman before going solo. Apparently there's been a reboot of the character, but forever he will be known as having the greatest ass in comicdom.
Dick Grayson simply had the best ass in the DCU. Even the most right-wing anti-gay men have looked at the Pre-Reboot ass of Dick Grayson and said, "Man, that is just perfect." You see, Dick's ass looks like an ass the is both muscular but not too muscular. It is both an ass that looks like you could sink your fingers into his cheeks, but also bounce coins off of it if you wanted. With Dick's levels of athleticism and strength I bet he could also snap a pencil in half with those cheeks of his if he wanted to.
You can't tell me there aren't some homos working at DC Comics! :D
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Lately I've been getting back into wearing my M.Stevens tights around the house. The white pair normally got the short shrift, but I'm quite enjoying them now. I always hope that someone is watching me when I go out on the balcony! :)
I love trying to get the crotch of the tights as high up as possible to cleanup the look of the lines of the buttcrack and crotch without moose knuckling my balls in the dance belt.....just like a proper ballet dancer. Does this mean I'm gay?!? LOL
These tights feel soooo good. I recommend M.Stevens men's ballet tights to anyone who asks.