The wa dance troupe putting performers with their own dance performances on stage at «The World of Zod» at the Grand Central Terminal at New York’s JFK Airport
«When I walk into this store now, I’m really nervous because we don’t know if anyone will want to see us,» said Stephanie, who also helps out with makeup for the dance troupe. «We’re definitely still waiting on that first call from someone who wants to see us. But I think we’re going to do just fine.»
The performance is part of Zood’s «Zod, Zood, Zood» movement, which seeks to raise awareness of the many homeless people living on the streets. It’s also part of Zood’s celebration of Zood’s 20th anniversary, which will see more performance around the world.
«I think it is important to remember who we are as artists and entertainers, and this is a celebration of that,» said Yevgeny Zoodov. «We celebrate this life through the art of Zod. … We’re celebrating the difference that can be made, because in a street without a roof, without money, living on the streets is very complicated.»
Zood is set to perform «Zod, Zood, Zood» next month on April 20 at the Grand Central Terminal and in San Francisco, where he and his코인카지노 partner Vassiliki Yudichova also perform on stage.
The Grand Central Terminal is one of six venues in the US and Canada Zood and Yudichova have been 영주안마performing at since 2014.
Zood said he’s trying to get people in the United States who are too scared to try Zood into his music.
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«I’m not trying to sell them [Zood’s concert], but I’m trying to reach some audience who are in this situation and are desperate for answers, a sense천안출장안마 of purpose,» said Zood.
«It’s about having a face to face conversation with a homeless person, and showing them that they are not alone.»