I recommend & enjoyed Pilobolus Maximus–Beyond the limits of dance, yesterday at the only national performing arts – Wolf Trap National Park. “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”
I am no exception to grinding, working, either as a habit or enjoyment of what I love to do or as a sense of duty. I realize that it is necessary to create a hiatus to relax, smell the roses and enjoy.
It is recreational and rejuvenating. And production after the fact improves immensely. So, I encourage the cognizance of necessity of breaks in all our undertakings as I did yesterday to attend the show. The show was memorably different than any I have ever seen and I have been fortunate to have seen many of them. I have not even seen this performance on the television or heard of it before.
If you have seen Pilobolus Maximus on televisions, then you must see the live show which is phenomenal. And if you have seen the live show previously, I guess they have different themes and you must see this one. I suspect that, gauging from how the audience at the show, who have seen the group in the past, and there was sea of them at the show yesterday, were aghast and pleased with the show, which, they expressed by their stand ovations in-between and after the show.
Wolf Trap National park for the performing Arts is located at the Virginia part of Washington DC, close to Tyson Corner. I like to thank WETA who provided the won ticket to us as one of their patrons and supporters of the Arts which, they espouse.