These guys are looking really funny in this picture because of their funny dress. They are look like from other planet in this dress anyway they should be careful if they are thinking about taking bath in that river.
I don't know what is the event or what are they trying to portray but I think whoever designed their costume was brilliant. Normally I wouldn't wear something like that in theater and would rather just quit. I will complain that I do not want to look ugly. But that one they are wearing, I wouldn't mind. It's a work of art. I see balance. I am still wondering why they did that show though. I wish to learn more.
What kind of event is this? I don't know this event's purpose, but I really think that this is something really fun and exciting. I really thought this has something to do with the TV series entitled the walking dead. Anyway, I wish I was able to see this live. Thank you so much for sharing this, by the way.
They look so creepy! Who made these costumes? Looks impressive.
What are you people doing right here?))
We're just hanging out on the edge of the L.A. River.
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Mike M. Mollett is an artist and poet living and working in Los Angeles.