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DANCERS OVER 40 ...and Friends Presents WE'RE STILL HERE!

DANCERS  OVER  40 ...and Friends Presents WE'RE STILL HERE!


DANCERS OVER 40 ...and Friends


St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street
New York, NY


Monday, October 15, 2018 - 8:00pm



DANCERS OVER 40 ...and Friends

DANCERS  OVER  40 ...and Friends
A Song and Dance Concert to Celebrate Dancers Over 40's 25th Anniversary and Broadway Cares/EFA

Monday October 15 at 8 PM
St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street
Tickets: $50, $75; $25 for members of Dancers Over 40
Reservations: Telecharge at 212.239.6200  or  www.telecharge.com  or  the theater box office 

In a Gala 25th Anniversary Celebration, Dancers Over 40 will present an exciting line-up of veteran Broadway and concert performers and guests, hosted by Loni Ackerman, in a feast of song and dance selections, October 15, 8 PM, at St. Luke's Theatre, 308 West 46th Street.
A wall to wall treat for dance and musical theater lovers, the evening will be hosted by Loni Ackerman, whose Broadway and touring credits include the title role in "Evita," Norma Desmond in "Sunset Boulevard," "Dames at Sea," and Grizabella in "Cats," in which she sang the famous song Memory.

Performers include DO40 members Eileen Casey, Nancy Dalton, Rose Dennis, Gary Flannery, Mary Jane Houdina, Carolyn Kirsch, Lawrence Merritt, Roseanna Mineo, Claire Porter, Penny Worth, Ron Young, and Dancers Over 40 choreographers Christopher Anderson, Lawrence Leritz, Luigi, Sue Samuels, and Sasha Spielvogel.   Their combined credits include most hit shows on Broadway: A Chorus Line, Annie, Cats, Chicago, Company, Evita, 42nd Street, Follies, Guys and Dolls, No, No, Nanette, On the Town, Pajama Game, Pippin - you name it - and the evening will feature numbers from many of those shows, along with selections from La Cage Aux Folles, Gypsy, Mame, and much more!

Dancers over 40 is an all-volunteer, membership-drive non-profit arts organization dedicated to preserving the History, Legacy and Lives of its mature creative community, while sharing their knowledge with the younger generation.


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