The consistency of their movements made it seem like one long snake twisting and twirling and doing all sorts of dance acts. Then suddenly the snake would burst open into many distinct snakes depending upon the number of dancers inside the aluminum tubes. It was the best combination of flashlights, intricate dance steps, and aluminum casings that made the experience of watching the show memorable.
The dancers used aluminum casing in such ways to look like aliens or unknown creatures. Traditionally, a dance show is just about dancing skills of the performers. The audience tries to rate the show according to the extent of perfection in dancing skills of the performers. But this show was even more than just that in that the audience was made to think as if they were watching aliens dance. I particularly liked it when the dancers organized and structured themselves so as to give rise to a gigantic aluminum robot on the stage. Watching such a magnanimous thing tread past them must have been a pleasingly horrifying experience for the audience that was sitting there. I also liked it a lot when I saw the aluminum pipes blowing horns and moving as if they were singing the song. I never saw aluminum pipes singing and dancing. It was very cartoonish and enjoyable.
The role of camera effects and lighting in making the show special cannot be undermined. The abrupt and unexpected change of lights from red to blue and other colors kept the audience engaged and their excitement elevated throughout the show. The changing of lights and colors was synchronized to the dance steps as well as the beat. The dancers displayed perfect timing with beats and light effects to make the experience overwhelming. The dancers perfectly used background lighting and effects to seamlessly change the attires and go from one shape to another.
The best thing about the show was that the dancers used aluminum as a medium to showcase their dancing skills. They