Wednesday, September 24, 2008

I can't dance.





I could at one point and then just stopped, I think I was too self-conscience to do it. A few years ago, my friend Ash and I took a tap class (like 2 years ago, not college!). I couldn't loosen up to do it. Last night I went to the So You Think You Can Dance tour show.








Oh my gosh, it was worth every penny! I loved it. The crowd was so fun because 3 of the dancers were from Utah. My friend Ash and I went, even though her husband thought we would be the oldest there. Not even close. There was one older gal (and I mean late 70's) who would get up and raise her hands in the air and shake it whenever anyone danced.
It was a great place to people watch. And I'll leave it at that or I might get a little too snarky.
Of course my favorite dance of the night was the one with Mark and Chelsie - The Briefcase, you know, the one that makes me a little teary. In fact, I think I have made it perfectly clear that I love that number, my friend changed her ringtone for me to "Bleedin' Love". Sweet sentiment. The clip below is from the show itself, not last night. Although, the high quality picture above is last night's.








One of the funnest parts of the show was when Gev was on stage. He is quite the little comedian. He has really good timing, funny little things. Fun to watch dance, there wasn't enough of him.

Of course there was a lot of Joshua and Katee, understandably. I would have loved more Mark, Chelsie and Gev though.

They are all such great dancers. So athletic, so young, so beautiful. Will, well Will, of course he is a specimen. I think I want Twitch as my neighbor, he seems so genuine and nice and funny. Mark, quirky. Chelsie, like my friend said, you just want to put her in your pocket, with Gev, they are both so cute and tiny.

The only thing that wasn't good was the fact that it is not tivo'd. I couldn't just sit and rewind and watch again.

So much fun, highly entertaining, I am still smiling about it.

3 comments:

Through the Looking Glass said...

Lucky duck! Rebecca went with a bunch of people last night too and loved it. Aah, young , firm bodies busting a move. Come to my house and we'll put on the Calton Family Dance Troupe performance. Max actually does a mean Robot.

Charlie Cooper said...

That sounds like so much fun. It makes me want to dance again but it's been way too long I can't remember how, I'll have to settle on paying to see other people move their bodies in unbelievable ways. Tell Max I'll give him a buck to see the robot more if he will teach me.

Julianna said...

I am so jealous of you right now!