Monthly Archives: October 2019

Louise Reichlin’s Legacy of Dance: From Generation to Generation

Louise Reichlin & dancers recently presented two afternoon shows: “The Patchwork Girl of Oz” and later in the afternoon, “The Tennis Dances,” and “A Jewish Child’s Story.” Oz was a poetically choreographed presentation of L. Frank Baum’s classic story, featuring … Continue reading

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Keep on Dancing With Treya @ The Hudson

“Treya’s Last Dance,” now in its run at the Hudson Theatre,  is a stunning one woman show that amuses, tittilates, and disturbs us all in one.  It is written and performed by the multi talented Shyam Bhatt and directed sharply by Poonam … Continue reading

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What Kind of Fools Are We? in Neil Simon’s “Musical Fools”

A musical based on a whimsical town where the Lord seemingly placed a sack of fools to take up residence, much like the well known town of Chelm, but this town is under a man made longtime family feud curse. … Continue reading

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Dancers Got Rhythm in BodyTraffic @ The Wallis

In the world of contemporary, innovative dance, Bodytraffic is the company bringing down the house at theatres throughout the nation. Just completing its run at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Bodytraffic launched the world premiere of Snap … Continue reading

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Be The First to See “Last Swallows”

“Last Swallows,” by the inimitable Cailin Maureen Harrison, is a moving, comedic gem, now playing at The Other Space @ The Actors Company in West Hollywood.  It tells the story of a highly dysfunctional New England family, truly the stuff that … Continue reading

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