Dancing With Sundance's Biggest Lawyer

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Dancing With Sundance's Biggest Lawyer

Mon Jan 14, 2008 @ 01:43PM PST

Posted by Eriq Gardner


File this in the Hard-To-Believe-But-Definitely-True Dept.

A New York art gallery is showcasing an art video exhibit called "Sloss, Kerr, Rosenberg & Moore," which features a troupe of four dancing lawyers (above). That Sloss guy happens to be John Sloss, one of the indie world's biggest legal and sales mavens (and a THR Power Lawyer! He represents directors Todd Haynes, Richard Linklater, and Kevin Smith among others).

In case anybody thinks Sloss ended up in this video by accident, it appears the prancing legal quartet has been a fixture on the art scene for more than 20 years, including a 1987 Central Park Summerstage performance.

So if you run into John Sloss at Sundance later this week, make sure you ask him to bust a move for you.

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