Sunday, December 30, 2007

A Taste of Zero-G Dance

As you can gather by the previous posts we got some good footage, but not in the exact way we had hoped. We haven't edited anything together yet, but we did promise a taste of the results.

Here's Kathleen dancing in Zero-G - accompanied by the music of our composer James Raymond.

You've been patient, thanks. (Our apologies in advance for the reduced quality of the YouTube conversion - we will optimize in the next week.)

In the mean time - Here you go.

12 comments:

MikeGalos said...

Wow. Wow. Wow.

It's an amazing start.

Thanks to Jeanne, Spider and all the others who kept the vision.

C. A. Bridges said...

Even as limited as it is, the floating moment is beautiful. We gotta get you guys back up there...

Anonymous said...

weeping, just weeping....

thanks, to both/all of you, for this and all of it. Keep raising and spreading hope you guys.

Wolf

Gale said...

Jeanne, Spider, and everyone....

Congratulations! I'm so happy to see this step in your journey come to fruition so successfully!

All my best to you....

Gale

tet said...

Absolutely fascinating. Damn shame the arcs are so short in duration. Congratulations.

Thanks for putting this on the blog for us to see, even in the imperfect forms.

TC Trumpinski

Allen Steele said...

Thank you all, for something good with which to end 2007.

Jim said...

Thank you, Jeanne (and everybody else involved.) The first time I read Stardance about 15 years ago, it made me cry. Watching that video did too.

Chimera said...

Aaaahhh...how sweet the sound of dreams coming true!

Only the beginning, but what a beginning!

Congratulations to all!

Anonymous said...

It's all true. The incredible beauty that you captured in your books. I have never seen a more beautiful and uplifting sight than these few moments. They brought tears of joy to my eyes. I know that Kathleen will be honored in history as the first zero-G dancer, and I will not be at all surprised when this clip manages to get you more funding than you can possibly imagine.

Thank you so much.

robo said...

When I read Stardance I dreamed. I knew that someday I would see that dream come true. Now, with this bit of video, I see the beginnings of that wonderful moment. You know the one I mean, the moment when Jeanne and everyone else on the Station just up and dances, spontaneously, because that's what you do in zero-G.

This video brought tears of joy. I think it will also bring funding for Stardance - the movie.

Way to go Jeanne. And Kathleen, your work was beautiful to behold.

Gray said...

Better nate than lever, I always say. Jeanne, I met you 6 years ago on Gambier island, where you were kind enough to sit with me for a time. You and Spider's work have literally shaped my career, since reading Stardance, and I was thrilled to catch up with your work again after too long of being out of the loop.

I've become a writer, too, about the performing arts among other things at http://www.fameorfamine.com . Today I featured a post about your work and the video as part of the Great Blog-Off, a charity event raising money for the Actor's Fund. I will do more. I want to help, more than I can say.

Thank you for keeping your dreams, and ours inspired by you, alive.

Philippine allstars said...

This video brought tears of joy. I think it will also bring funding for Stardance - the movie.


- very heart warming indeed