Working hard on a killer upcoming month.
Polishing off some dances for the upcoming Bracebridge School of Ballet‘s year end recitals June 5th & 6th, at the Rene M Caisse Theatre. Check out the poster below for all the details.
A few days ago a friend suggested a song that I might really dig for dancing, and I realized I had been so busy lately I hadn’t taken the time just to kick it for a long while. So I got home this morning and decided to give it a listen, and just tried to feel it out.
Aside from the three photographer interviews, there is also a short behind the scenes video they put together for the day.
I’ve been a bit busy lately between work and two theatre shows, but will hopefully be getting onto some new photo projects in the near future! In the meantime, you can check out all my shots from the day and previous modeling photos on my 500px account here: https://500px.com/LukcasLinkroach/sets/models
There’s only one week left until the opening curtain of the Huntsville Rotary’s Production of “The Drowsy Chaperone” at the Algonquin Theatre, and if you haven’t got your tickets yet, you better get on it because they’re going fast! Many people have never heard of this amazing show that won FIVE! Tony Awards when it was on Broadway, and will keep you laughing right up to the very last note!
I’ve got the lucky chance to reprise the role of “The Groom, Robert Martin”, which I played the first time in 2011, (the first Rotary show I was a part of) and get to put on the blindfold and roller skates once more, with all new obstacles of a few trees and the orchestra pit. o_0
Below are some amazing promotional posters by John A. MacDonald of the Two Horse Gallery, with all the show dates and details on how to get tickets.
Hope to see you there!
Drowsy Promo Poster #2 by John A. MacDonald of the Two Horse Gallery
Drowsy Promo Poster #1 by John A. MacDonald of the Two Horse Gallery
Drowsy Promo Poster #3 by John A. MacDonald of the Two Horse Gallery
I’ve finally finished going through my shots from the 500px event “Models VS Photographers”, held on February 28th, at their headquarters in downtown Toronto.
It was an amazing day of photography, with models, hair and makeup artists, professional lighting setups and backdrops provided by 500px.com, and a whole lot of photographers framing every angle. Aside from all the fun, it was a great learning experience just to see so many other photographers viewpoints, and watch them interact with the models.
A few weeks ago I had a great time out at The Huntsville Theatre Company’s production of “For the love of Broadway”, and the opportunity to take some shots of the night for them. Still hoping to get more up when I get the time, but here are a few of my favoutites, and for the whole set check out the facebook album here: For the love of Broadway facebook album.