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CULVER CITY, CA: Tap Dance Widows Club

CULVER CITY, CA: Tap Dance Widows Club

Company:

Los Angeles Choreographers and Dancers

Location:

Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Ave, Culver City 90230

Dates:

Sunday, April 7, 2019 - 1:30pm

Tickets:

lachoreographersanddancers.org

Company:
Los Angeles Choreographers and Dancers

PERFORMANCE CONTACT: LOUISE REICHLIN  (213) 385-1171

WHAT:

Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers presents

Cinematic Dance Theater From Louise Reichlin & Dancers

"Tap Dance Widows Club", an acclaimed combination of video, movement & storytelling.

WHEN: April 7, 2019. Sunday at 1:30 pm

WHERE: Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Ave, Culver City 90230

EVENT INFORMATION: 310-253-6700

DANCE COMPANY INFORMATION: 213-385-1171

WEB SITE: www.LAChoreographersAndDancers.org

TICKETS AND PARKING: FREE and open to the public

 

WHO:

Director/Choreographer:         Louise Reichlin

Performers: Ruth Bruno, Natalie Ellis, Caitlin M Heflin, Kensiwe Mathebula, Coree McKee, Eve Metsäranta, Artur Aaleksanyan, Jill Collins, Glenn Rodriguez with Corrina Gemignani and Dominique Kersh. With guests M’saada Nia and Sean & Jon Scott (schedule permitting).

Visual Artist: Audri Phillips

 

ABOUT:        

Tap Dance Widows Club is "Spectacular, moving, uplifting!" Past & present meet for an eclectic celebration of life in Tap Dance Widows Club, a 50' film / live production that tells a story of the love of three performers for their late husband and the bond it created between them. "The interweaving of time, of distinctly different worlds through both video and dance, makes this piece not only unique, but deeply touching." exploredance.com. Recreated for the first local performance since the companies' 35th anniversary in 2015.

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