Paloma McGregor, one of the dancers in “How To Lose a Mountain”, is probably not the first to point out that dancers think about food. A lot. Many of our conversations on tour revolved around planning out the next meal, sometimes even while we were in the middle of the first one. And, that’s not just because the food is so good in Sheboygan (although it is), but because fueling the body during a week of intense rehearsals and performances is indeed a science. Here is a photo essay just on food–the meals we ate out, the meals we had backstage.
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