How close do we get to the action on Dancelord TV?
Freeze-frame this video at 1:10. THAT'S how close we get.
Ten months ago, #LordOfTheDance revolutionized how you see #IrishDancing by introducing livestreaming. We put cameras on the dancers themselves *as they perform,* so you can actually see the action as they see it, *while* they're doing it. And we also livestream the show from angles that you've just never seen before.
Quite frankly, we've upped the ante for everyone else -- again.
The global pandemic has brought all touring shows to a standstill. Fortunately, we have hundreds of hours of original performance content just like this in our Dancelord TV library on Twitch (twitch.tv/lordofthedance). And if you've got Amazon Prime, you can link it to your Twitch account and subscribe to the channel for free via Twitch Prime, giving you access to the entire video library.
As Michael Flatley says: when you encounter an obstacle, go over it, go under it, go around it, go through it -- but find a way to the other side. We can't entertain you live on the road right now, but we *can* entertain you live via the internet. Michael has an almost preternatural gift for being able to look into the future and somehow pull it into the present, which is why Lord of the Dance is always ahead of the curve.
If you've been enjoying the livestreaming you've seen here on Facebook recently, that's just the tip of the iceberg; head on over to Dancelord TV and see what you're missing! Get to know each of these amazing dancers, musicians, singers, and crew as people, hang out with them backstage, see life on the Lordbus as we travel between cities, check out pre-show rehearsals, and enjoy actual performances in a way you've truly never seen before.