Bond of Brotherhood

The goal of The Purple Lemonade Collective is simple; support the arts community by providing a platform for our company members to create and grow as artists. You will see us performing as a team at shows, but it goes beyond that. We strive to push our artists, as individuals, in ways needed to help them reach greater heights while supplying the means to do so.

That being said, we are beyond excited to share with you the first (nonperformance) project out of The Purple Lemonade Collective from Braidon Hobzek and William Wiersma.

This piece to us, was all about exploring new movement. We wanted to push ourselves to create something different from what we usually do; using the song “Faded” by Zhu, as inspiration to do so. Although collaborations can be difficult at times, since artists often have different views, things could not have worked smoother for us.

This project was choreographed, filmed, produced and finalized in a week– we presented Braidon and Will with this challenge, and they executed it flawlessly and professionally. Per usual, every aspect going into this collaborative project was carried out by a PLC member; wardrobe, film, concept, choreography, etc.

The bond of brotherhood between us is strong, in a very symbiotic way. So after some studio time and a little creative help from our PLC fam, we have emerged with this: a strong, powerful, warrior-centric piece that pushed us to new limits and boundaries.

We think you will agree that Braidon and Will accomplished their goal and captured an essence of respect and closeness with their bond and created a story that is told via dance, visuals, and most importantly, art. Please enjoy, and watch the boys as they battle, as warriors together, through this journey.

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