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TONG TONG 4

Actually the dancers were more like this wave, they just flowed. Guess you'd expect nothing less from the National Theatre of Vietnam, and every move they flowed into showed lots of rehearsal. Every time they moved, of course they used their veils to accent the arc of their arms, it was hard sometimes to realize that these were graceful dancers, not graceful cranes.

In this next series, all that changed was the lighting, but it brought out totally different visual effects in the costumes.

This is a total light change from the last post, they reminded me of a pair of skaters under a gold sun:






Next, this immeidately followed from that pic, the cranes glided into new positions. The cerise of the harem pants made them look like they were a smoldery swirl, and the bright white downlight onto the arms of the lead crane made them even more vividly beautiful:






And this was just before the final tableau, they're nearing the ground and circling their home:








And this was the end of this second section, white light down through their veils as they settled into the portrait:






Then after a musical interlude for their last costume change, we got to see Hanoi meets Britney Spears and Women's Lib Asian Style.... in the next post O.o

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