And I thought that I have baggage! Boy, was I mistaken … I just had the pleasure of watching the San Diego Dance Theater’s performance of Rolling Luggage in Terminal 2 West here at the airport. The dance piece starred eight “passengers” with luggage. It was improvisational, and they interacted with our real passengers, concessionaires and objects like the baggage belt.
It was really fun and exciting to see our real passengers interact with the “dancing passengers.” Some people didn’t quite know what was happening at first, but soon almost everyone was intrigued and applauding. Through our performing arts series, called a breve, the Airport Authority is showcasing all different types of performing arts.
The San Diego Dance Theater’s Artistic Director is Jean Isaacs, known for her work on the Trolley Dances — combining mass transit with urban dance. (Remember that the MTS Route 992 serves the airport!) The 11th Annual Trolley Dances start September 26.
I have to admit that I was a bit jealous of all the dancing. If you check this clip, you can see that I can really get my groove on:
Home Treat Alert! The special feature above may not be accessible at work. But you can view the Ambassablog at home & check it out there.
Yes, that is the Roger Rabbit I’m doing. You’ll also see me in a special new Ambassablog video that will be posted on the blog VERY soon. And, no, it’s not an audition tape for So You Think You can Dance!
(By the way, thanks to Susanna P. in Airport Art for taking these great shots of the Rolling Luggage action.)