The following is based on an interview with Fred Strickler I videotaped, April 22, 2012, during Rudy’s class and rehearsal. For two hours he effortlessly shifted from memory to teaching to creativity, talking about his life and work while giving…
The Dance History Project’s goal is to observe and preserve the history of dance making and performing in Southern California. The focus is on those events and artists, past and present, whose work has been important to the field of live professional dance in Southern California. It includes the contributions of dancers, companies, educators, presenters, artistic collaborators, historians, and critics. More...
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NancyWang: Hello Michael. Alexander Our memory of you is so mixed with emotions. You had just approached our company Kalilang Kulintang to represent us as our agent. You had seen us a couple [...]
Denise Delgado-Torres: Hi! What is your name? I would like to invite you to my fb page: https://www.facebook.com/lillyaguilardancers/
yoro57: I remember you, Denise! I danced with your grandmother (and your mother) until about 1969 or 1970. Great memories!
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Denise Delgado-Torres: Hello I am Ms Aguilar’s granddaughter. Could you please email me email@example.com. Thank you!
Denise Delgado-Torres: Hi Miguel, I am Ms Aguilar’s granddaughter. Could you send me an IM since we can’t get notifications on this site?
Denise Delgado-Torres: Hi Robin! I may have a photo or two of you! Please send me a IM on FB since we can’t get message notifications on this site.