The Fallen Headpiece

A fun part of my job is getting to occasionally shoot video backstage. I grew up dancing, so it feels familiar, but I’ll admit, it’s SLIGHTLY different since it’s one of the highest caliber ballet companies in the country…

…but whether you’re a part of a big scale professional company or a small local ballet school, live performances can always be unpredictable! Last year, I was following/filming Jessika during Nutcracker and I captured these dancers’ dilemma of what to do when a snow hair piece hits the stage:


3 thoughts on “The Fallen Headpiece

  1. This is exactly what we have experienced and done many times before on my ballet company. Every time it somehow becomes the funniest thing

  2. The title (The Fallen Hairpiece) sounds a bit like a Edward Gorey story, but the actual kick felt more like a elite soccer move.

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