Man, tough break for AoV. I mean i'm sure having a steady gig is cool, but they've really been screwed this season so far. have they even done the full version of their show this year?
Not for anything other than rehearsal.
I do feel bad for them as well, what I have seen of them (this year and last year), they seem like they are dedicated to their art and they aim to entertain. They also seem like nice, approachable people.That's too bad.
The last two weeks they performed "Hurricane Shows" on a temporary stage in front of HMU. They couldn't use the big stage initially installed for them because Irma damaged the truss. They've now set up a modified version of what-was-suppose-to-be the original show in the spot where the original stage stood.why haven't they been able to preform? Has it been raining every weekend or something?
It is a shame, but what can you do. I recalled that they used video or screenz rather well last year (I guess that is the art that dance troupes use these days). From what I could tell last year, it seemed like they didn't have a chance to know the UoR HHN crowd, but I have a feeling they had some cool stuff for us in Afterlife....seeing them adjust, seeing how approachable these kids are, I do not know, I really respect it. I hope they are a part of 28 as I just get this feeling that they blend in, check out the event, then they have a better idea of how the show should roll...just seems a shame we didn't get to see what they had in store for us!Looks like no Afterlife show at all this year.
Ehh, it was raining pretty solid most of the night + Frequent fear blackouts. All in all the event was still pretty busy, just not as busy as Saturdays used to be. And all Saturday's so far have been September as well.It seems like another light Saturday....
Saturdays are the new Wednesdays