@littlegirldancer said:I let her know! I love Wonderbound and was so glad you posted this and got a great response. Thanks for doing that, Pete! I love this phamily!!!Hey everybody,Hey Sarah, I'm the one who posted this but only after a fellow .netter (I'll let him decide if he wants to say it was him) sent me the link and asked if we'd be willing to show the ballet company some love. I really dug the video - thanks for sharing, especially the bit about your own Phishy journey. Great stuff! - pete
Thank you to whomever posted the link to this video. I appreciate it so much. And thank you to the individual(s) who donated via Wonderbound’s website. I’m the choreographer/cinematographer for the film. I joined the forum several years ago but am not a regular. I’m so grateful to have been able to combine two things I love under one roof of sorts. To share my work with lovers of this music and art in general is a joy, particularly in a time where all art/dance/music needs support AND is a great healer. If you happen to click around the website, you’ll find lots of bands local to Denver that we often collaborate with in our live shows. You might find something you like. The dancers and I had so much fun making the film...I think we may have a few new fans. Enjoy it and many, many thanks!!! See you at Dicks!!! (I hope).
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