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16 March 2004 @ 11:19 pm
Movin' Out  

That was amazing. Our tickets, front row center stage, allowed us to see the movement up close and personal, the sweat flowing off the brows and arms of the dancers. The music was well done, convincingly like the original (given the difference in the actual singer), and loud enough that it almost felt like being at a concert. (A feeling I really enjoy.) The music, however, wasn't loud enough for my normal post concert-level deafness.

And my character, Chloe, could be played by Melanie Bergeron (spelling optional on the last name). She is the right height, right hair color (different style though), right musculature. (Different eye color, though contacts are your friends).

I want to go again, despite the exciting trip home in the snow.
Feeling like: giddygiddy
Listening to: Pressure (stuck in my head again, damn you!)
the name of dogenochs_fable on March 17th, 2004 06:20 am (UTC)
I hate post-concert deafness. I am such an old man that I'm not a big fan of anything that loud. I want to hear the music, not feel it in my ribcage!
Qarylla Windragarqarylla on March 17th, 2004 08:27 am (UTC)
I understand that. I happen to like the feeling, because I feel more connected (in the bones) to what is going on. But I pick the concerts I go to with care and they are often years apart.

This wasn't that loud. I never felt the throbbing in my feet, but the same feeling came across through the dancing, which was emotional and ranged from funky/jazzy dancing and ballet primarily.

I really need to go see Nutcracker again this year.
the name of dogenochs_fable on March 17th, 2004 10:14 am (UTC)
I enjoy feeling bass or music through my feet, though!