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VIOLET UK - Blind Dance

Yoshiki was born on November 20, 1965 in Tateyama, Chiba Prefecture, as the elder of two brothers in a musically oriented family. His father was a tap dancer and jazz pianist, his mother played the shamisen, while his aunt played the koto.[10] He began taking piano lessons and music theory at age four.[11] He then became interested in classical works by Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert.[11] In elementary school, he played the trumpet in the brass band, and around age ten started composing songs for piano.[11] This period was a decisive point in his life. He was 10 years old when his father committed suicide; he found relief in rock music.[12][13] After discovering the music of American hard rock band Kiss, he started learning to play drums and guitar. Yoshiki was also influenced by works from Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Sex Pistols, David Bowie, Queen, The Beatles, Charged GBH and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.[14] Soon with his childhood friend Toshi formed a band called Dynamite in 1977. Dynamite changed its name to Noise a year later.

VIOLET UK - Blind Dance

In September 2002, he joined the dance-oriented pop group led by Tetsuya Komuro, Globe.[46] Though his only contribution was the single "Seize the Light" and, after recording an album, they went on hiatus with Yoshiki not rejoining them afterwards. On December 3 and 4, he held symphonic concerts with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, at Tokyo International Forum.[47] Featuring female singers Daughter and Nicole Scherzinger, they performed older orchestral arrangements and songs created for Violet UK, such as "Unnamed Song", which was composed to mourn the victims of the September 11 attacks,[48] and "I'll Be Your Love", which was released the following year as the debut single for American-Japanese singer Dahlia and later used as the official theme song of the world's fair, Expo 2005.[49][50]

In April 2015, Yoshiki was a guest speaker and performer at the New Economy Summit (NES).[113] In July, he performed at the Hyper Japan Festival in London, together with Toshi.[114] Yoshiki performed with a string quartet at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. The We Are X film, a documentary on X Japan and Yoshiki, premiered at Sundance[115] and was selected for the World Cinema Documentary Competition.[116] In November 2016, he won the Asian Icon Award at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards in Tokyo.[117][118] In 2016, he embarked on another classical world tour, with performances in Tokyo and Osaka,[119] and a Hong Kong show that had to be cancelled due to the promoter's mistake and rescheduled as a free concert on December 30.[120]

Other credits include: Television such as Featured guest role in the tv soap Doctors and also a featured dancer on the Greatest Dancer Pilot. Film credits include two Feature films directed by Nia DaCosta and Paul King both coming out in 2023.

Nesim is an incredibly hard working and dedicated child, he has been with D&B for several years now training in performing Arts. Before Newsies, Nesim made his stage debut in The School of Rock UK and Ireland tour as Mason and Billy and his passion for performing has only flourished since then! Nesim loves to dance and trains in Ballet, tap, modern and street dance at D&B Theatre School where he also loves to see all his friends. Nesim is ecstatic to be joining the cast of Newsies as Les and would like to thank his family and friends as well as the whole team at D&B for supporting him on his journey!

At the violet hour, when the eyes and backTurn upward from the desk, when the human engine waitsLike a taxi throbbing waiting,I Tiresias, though blind, throbbing between two lives,Old man with wrinkled female breasts, can see

BLACKOUT 1) Complete absence of stage lighting. Blue working lights backstage should remain on and are not usually under the control of the board, except during a Dead Blackout (DBO), when there is no onstage light. Exit signs and other emergency lighting must remain on at all times.2) The act of turning off (or fading out) stage lighting (e.g. "This is where we go to blackout")3) Blackout Check takes place in some multi-purpose venues to ensure that window curtains or blinds are closed and that there is no stray light either from adjacent rooms or the outside world, before the audience is admitted.

BOOM1) Vertical scaffolding pole (usually 48mm diameter) on which horizontal boom arms (also known as sidearms) can be mounted, carrying lanterns. Often used behind wings for side-lighting etc. Booms have a base plate (known as a TANK TRAP) or boom stand at the bottom and are tied off to the grid or fly floor at the top (not always necessary for short booms). Booms can also be fixed to the rear of the proscenium arch (Pros. Boom) or hanging from the ends of lighting bars. Sometimes known in the US as a LIGHT TREE. A light tree mounted upstage of a Tormentor is known as a Torm Tree. A boom used in the wings for dance lighting is sometimes known as a BALLET BOOM (which consists of 3 lanterns on each boom, at shin height, waist height, and head height, known as SHINS, MIDS and HEADS). 2) An arm mounted on a microphone stand.3) A long lightweight support for a directional microphone used to capture dialogue in TV/Film production. Boom Arms - Doughty Engineering (UK)

CROSSLIGHTLight coming from the sides of the stage towards the centre (i.e. across the stage). Used heavily for dance lighting as it lights the body of the performer without casting shadows upstage, and it is far more sculptural than front light. Also used for additional atmosphere in many other types of performance. See also BACKLIGHT, PIPE ENDS.

SHINSThe lowest lantern on a lighting boom. Named because of the proximity of sharp parts of the lantern to the flesh of the lower leg. This especially applies to standard dance lighting, when the lanterns are positioned at optimum height to light dancers on the stage floor. When the boom is lighting scenic items or large groups, the lanterns may be higher up the boom and the term will no longer apply.Also known as Shin Buster. The other lanterns on the boom are known as MIDS and HEADS.

SIDELIGHTMost associated with dance lighting, Sidelight comes from the wings of an end-on stage, and lights the dancers' / actors' bodies, without lighting the stage floor, and without lighting the scenery.This type of light has a sculpting effect on the bodies, and really separates them from the scenery / backdrop / cyclorama, and reduces distracting shadows on the stage floor.See also FRONT LIGHT, BACKLIGHT, CROSSLIGHT, DOWNLIGHT.

ULTRA-VIOLET (UV)Short wavelength source of light at the end of the visible light electromagnetic spectrum which causes specially treated materials to fluoresce on an otherwise blackened stage. Used for special effect and for lighting onstage technical areas (eg Fly Floors). Ultraviolet sources designed for stage use are known as Black Light sources and have all harmful radiations filtered out. They produce UV-A radiation, which is also present in sunlight, and is invisible to the naked eye; in black light sources, the amount of UVA is far lower than you'd experience outside. UV-B radiation is far more harmful, and is not present in black light sources.However, some high-intensity black light sources can be harmful to the eye so must not be used at close range to people, or where people could face the light source for any more than a few minutes. Use them to light scenery or props, or performers at a safe distance.Black Light is used extensively in the Czech Republic where stunning effects are achieved on stages lined with black velvet. See the Image Theatre website for more.Image Theatre website

Klaus points out that the taxi is not "violet", and Violet guesses that Quigley may have just wanted to write her name. She runs to the taxi calling for Quigley, but when she opens the door, she instead finds a distraught woman. She tells the Baudelaires to enter, and Violet asks for her identity first, to which the woman replies she is Kit Snicket.

The next morning, a manager arrives and tells them that the trial is going to happen early due to Dewey's death, and gives them blindfolds to wear, as the High Court has decided to take the phrase "justice is blind" literally. Violet helps her siblings get ready, speculating about their parents, before they exit into the crowd, which is confusedly trying to move around blind. Violet is poked in the eye while finding her seat.

The trial begins, and after Olaf claims he is innocent, Justice Strauss asks the children to state their names, occupations, and whether they are innocent or guilty. Violet confusedly describes her occupation as "Volunteer," and then the children decide that they are comparatively innocent. However, just as they begin to speak in their defense, explaining their story, they hear strange noises coming from where Justice Strauss is. The other members of the High Court tell them to ignore it, and they recognize the voices of the Man with a Beard but no Hair and the Woman with Hair but no Beard. They rip off their blindfolds and try to rescue Strauss, who is being kidnapped by Olaf. They ask for everyone to help, but the crowd argues over whether or not they should believe the Baudelaires or risk being found in contempt of court. The Baudelaires, once again alone, follow Olaf and Strauss into the elevator. Olaf goes to the basement, saying he will take the Sugar Bowl. Klaus helps him unlock the door, as he has realized Dewey was right and the Sugar Bowl is not there; however, while doing so, they find out that the weapon that orphaned Olaf was poison darts.

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