The good news is, “Borrowed Light” by the Tero Saarinen Company and the Boston Camerata is a much-in-demand, smash success.
That’s also, from the point of view of at least some in the 2011 production team, the ever-so-slightly less-good news, as the cast enters its third week of touring in four different European countries. By the time we hit performance ten of eleven, in a heavily industrial Rhineland city, some of us start pining just a little for the comforts of home and the cheering company of our loved ones.
Archive for May, 2011
As of tonight, May 13, the Spring 2011 tour of “Borrowed Light” will be gliding past its halfway point, with six performances down and five to go.
So far, in Turku and Helsinki, Finland, every show has played to a capacity hall of applauding and cheering music and dance lovers. We estimate that about 6,000 happy Scandinavians have seen the show live so far, not counting those who have viewed excerpts on television and the internet. (more…)
Opening night in Turku was standing room only – a huge success! Here’s a video clip of us rehearsing in Turku last week, with a brief interview with Tero Saarinen and Joel Cohen – don’t worry, it’s all in English!
And here are a few photos: