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As a big fan of Broadway, and a member of the theatre community in NYC, I must ask our readers to take my word for it when I say that it is so rare that I go to see a Broadway show and am taken aback by the presence of a tall man on stage. More often then not, your male principals and ensemble are comprised of the 5'9"ers. Much to my liking, shock, and surprise there was Dmitrious Bistrevsky, a 'player' in the current running Broadway hit 'Pippin' (he is now a member of the national touring company).
The wheels began to turn as I watched his 'infamous' handstands and circus tricks manifest onstage with astounding grace and precision. And so began the newest section of ThereAreGiants.com; 'BroadwayGIANTS' - where we seek out the men of Broadway who stand tall, stand out, and sing for their suppers.
Dmitrious Bistrevsky 6’7”
Homeland/Town: Spokane, Washington to LA to NYC
Profession: Action Acting/Circus performing
Over the course of the last 2 and a half years that ThereAreGiants.com has been in existance, we have had the pleasure and fortune of meeting some really amazing men of all walks of life; all of which are exceptional men of height. We here at TAG have decided that in addition to our BFG section, which features some of our readers, fans, and followers, that we are also going to delve into the realm of our sponsors and supporters. For the next few months, we will be featuring tall men who also run their own businesses that either add something to the tall community or whose owners are GIANTS themselves.
First up on our list of EntrepreGIANTS...
Whatever one can do to help support the feet is essential, and the closest thing to that? The legs. In this article, we will be discovering and exploring four yoga poses focused on building leg strength as well as some of them focusing on the balancing qualities of the body.
There comes a time in every man’s life when he is forced to wear a bow tie. It’s usually a wedding or a hateful work get together where ‘black tie’ is inscribed on the invitation. The very words send shudders throughout your giant body as you frantically try to remember if you even own a bow tie, let alone know how to tie one. Perhaps the last time you had worn a bow tie was when Aunt Mildred imposed one around your neck as a small child at your first communion or other such sovereign church event.