FuzOnAcid’s Video of Babypea’s “What Have You Done” Exodus Dance

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This is one of two dances that I choreographed for the Second Life sim-wide production of “Exodus,” an animated dance ExtravaDanza produced by Miss SexyS Quintessa. With thanks to The Linden Endowment for the Arts (LEA) for granting SexyS a sim, she was able to build the astonishingly detailed sets of ancient Egypt, with river boats to take the audience down the Nile, from set to set. At each set, the boats stopped and dancers performed their interpretation of stories from Exodus… Moses and the Ten Commandments. It was an amazing feat, one that I was honoured to participate in, and featured some of the SL Dance Community’s finest performers, as well as a bit of camera and navigation magic from Yummy (Lat) Lovenkraft and her Artiste performance HUD. In this particular dance, I dance the grief and anger of the Queen of Egypt, who is mourning the death of her young son. Dancing with me as Pharaoh is my other half, Gunner von Phoenix, and Pako Oh Yama who portrays our son. Anubis is presented by VooDoo Chant. The song is perfect for the sentiment of this dance: Within Temptation’s powerful epic, “What Have You Done,” which I do not own any rights to, and only interpret it as feelings expressed through dance. To find out when more ExtravaDanza shows will be offered, please join their in-world group, ExtravaFanza. I want to profusely thank the gifted and utterly brilliant epitome of amazing machinima guru FuzOnAcid, who videoed and edited this project. The work he did in the creation of this video gave me chills. Fuzzy, I salute not only your talent, but your generous spirit for doing this for me, Diawa, and ExtravaDanza! I cannot thank you enough and words fall short. I remain ever your stalker. ♥


An award-winning competitive Gorean dancer, Babypea entered mainstream SL performance dance in July 2012. She co-owns Elysium Cabaret, and often dances for other troupes as well, as a regular or a guest performer. The friendship and fellowship dance provides is as important to her as the creative expression of this amazing artistic medium.

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