Continuing its series shining a spotlight on theatre’s unsung heroes, The Ensemblist celebrated the performers of Jagged Little Pill, Hadestown, and more with a photoshoot reuniting the artists with their Broadway home.
"Initially, the concept for this shoot was about how impossible social distancing would make the work of Broadway dancers. However, over the last month the project has turned into a celebration of artists amidst the vast unemployment facing our industry,” The Ensemblist’s Mo Brady explained. “Even at a time where theatres are closed and they are not currently employed, the spirit of these shows lives inside them."
Photographer Michaelah Reynolds elaborated, “I was really drawn to show the connection these ensemble members have with one another. We all have this urge to create right now in this draining time. By displaying their show's choreography, I feel that we were able to produce some of the Broadway magic that we're craving during this shutdown.”