Operation Tap: Original Choreography by Milt Jackson and Oscar Peterson “Blues (note for note)” | Danced by Anthony Morigerato


“I remember hearing Milt Kahl lecture about animation one time, and he said that one of the real challenges for him was animating weightlessness. Animating a character who is sort of floating in mid-air. Not flying, but just sort of floating. It’s details like that that we in the audience are not supposed to think about, of course we shouldn’t. We’re involved in the story.” - Leonard Maltin, film critic and historian

…super sloppy sleepy scratch study seshin’ while bouncing around the cramped caltrain to & from campus recently… half-hearted attempts spending most of the morning commutes napping… 😴


Look at this rad book I found in my apartment complex’s basement!

It’s called “UFO” by Milt Machlin with Tim Beckley. It promises: “Government and private sources report on fascinating phenomena of UFOs with facts, interviews, explanations and evaluations of sightings from biblical times to the present.”

I’m in love oh my god.