So You Think You Can Dance … in Toronto

After an exceptionally busy work week (no posts since Sunday! … horrific) filled with too many meetings and two days seconded to and holed up in strategic planning meetings in Mississauga (oh joy!), I did get to escape for a breather on Thursday night to see this year’s version of the hit TV show So You Think You Can Dance live on stage in Toronto with G and 9,998 other screaming pubescent girls. How gay!

1 & 2) the view from the nosebleed seats at the ACC

You may remember G and I attended last year’s show down at Shea’s in Buffalo and I have to admit the show there was much better than Thursday’s show at the Air Canada Centre. The ACC is simply too big to get the level of intimacy vital to make this type of event work. I know where the producers are going with cash cow, taking it from its television roots to the stage and now, to rock concert status, but I’m not sure that’s a good thing.

That said, the production was great and the dancing – poor Lacey, who couldn’t dance her way to a win in a game of musical chairs, aside – fabulous! All the hits were there, the ‘Two Princes” number; the “Sweet Dreams” number; Hok and Jamie doing the gorgeous “Hummingbird” number and my favourite Jesus and Sarah doing the “Vagabonds” number. And for those of you who follow this sort of thing; the biggest applause on Thursday was for Danny and Hok.

Bring on season four!

Jesus & Sara’s Vagabond number

Danny & Anya go Latin

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4 Responses to So You Think You Can Dance … in Toronto

  1. Eggyplant says:

    Missed you too stranger … I haven’t seen that film … but will be picking up screeners for films from the Reel Asian Film Festival … would you like to screen some together? Give me a shout!

  2. CurryPuffy says:

    It’s amazing to watch the intensity of the dancers, especially live on stage!!And it’s always nice to find some time to blog too!!haha~~

  3. Fatcat723 says:

    I must admit that is one TV show I have never watched. I might take a chance this week since you are usually on with your reviews.

  4. I think you bring up a good point with the intimacy thing. But hey, you enjoyed it! Is it always better in person than on TV? Hahaha, I guess I’m just very accustomed to the screen panning through the different angles– something I can’t do in real life. Hahaha =D

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