The auditorium (two floors down below) and stage are small, and the performance was sold out. It was impossible to see all of the dance through people in front. The stage needs to be higher.
Curiously, I didn't see any "no flash photography" signs on the premises. Obviously, original paintings like some of these must not be exposed to flash.
Ed Harris directed and acted as "Pollock" in a 2000 film by that name (Sony Pictures Classics). I saw it in Minneapolis.
There is a review of "Blood Brother" on my Movies blog today, and Wytold's cello suite is used throughout the film.