Leotard Rehearsal

By: Gustav Hoiland

Nov 17 2011

Category: dance

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Focal Length:50mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Five Stages

To be fair, some of the performers were in dresses, but these leotarden folk were the permanent cast in one space.  All part of a dry run of a show taking place semi-simultaneously on five separate stages with a rotating cast of nimble dancers. Confused? Worry not, we’re in the same boat.

This is a relatively extreme crop from an image that showed perhaps six people in line along with much of the containing space. A veritable carnival of legs.

Realizing now their garments may not technically be leotards. And just want to point out that their tights had a mighty shine, it’s not some dreadful overly-processed Photoshop adjustments causing those thin contours of light riding their quads.

To sleep now, good luck ya’ll (performance runs Thu-Fri in that South End block of galleries, 460 Harrison).

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