Everything has been completely quiet for Silas Holst, ago coronakrisen hit back in march, and it can be felt on the mold, which is not quite in the top of the 37-year-old dancer and actress.
- All of my traditional work has been shut down. I have, in theory, not made anything since 11. march, so now is it also something to try to throw the coronakilo and get started again. When you need to stand half-naked in a scene in 'Dirty Dancing', it requires yet just that you are past a gym, he says to Ekstra Bladet.
There is not any significant weight gain, but just a few fun-coronakilo as most of you probably know', says the dancer.
After the quiet months am he now he needs to work again - among other things with the staging of the musical 'Dirty Dancing', which will play in Aarhus this autumn.
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On Instagram tells Silas Holst in addition, he has started several new projects. One of them is danseskolen, as he and dancer Benjamin Martin opens together for august.
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the World are starting to become more normal again. A lot of projects seems to be to something and a lot of new things waiting - exciting. So now I quietly get myself used to working again. And DAMN, I am me!!! #miss
Coronakrisen has provided a good opportunity to prepare for the opening, he tells.
- It has been hard, just like it has for many others. I'm not used to sitting still. But on the other hand, I have had time with the kids, and so I have had time to prepare for the whole dance school project. So I have opened such an online dance school-project - you have to try to be a little creative, I think, says Silas Holst.
Silas Holst and actor Jacob Faurby won 'dancing with the stars' in 2019. They also play against each other in the musical 'The bald hairdresser'. Photo: Linda Johansen
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He says further, that all goes well and according to plan with the opening of the danseskolen, which comes to be called the dance studio and lie in Rødovre.
- There are many who join, so it's great. People have always liked to dance, but I also believe that there are many who would like to get out and get some joy back into it again. They must be so welcome, he says.