A couple of months ago, when my Mom and I took a roadtrip to see some family, we also got to see performance art for the elderly. At least by the elderly. At first I thought their coordinated dancing was cute:
Right after the above, the man smacked the woman's ass. I wish I were kidding.
Then, however, I came to find out that it was all an act. Of course, I could tell that it was choreographed. However, I did not know that they came out and did the SAME dance EVERY weekend. Nor did I know that there would be costume changes:
Right after that above picture was taken my uncle turned to my Dad who was playing with a child's toy from the gift shop, and said:
If you put you hand in that puppet, that lady over there will grab her monkey.
Little did we know he was not kidding:
The moral of the story? I like spontaneous, well choreographed, dancing elderly people. I do not like well choreographed, dancing elderly people that appear "spontaneously" every weekend and who have costumes and puppets.
Especially those that are really not good ventriloquists.