- Ahmanson Theatre
- Alex Theatre
- Dance at the Skirball
- Dance Place San Diego
- El Camino College Auditorium
- El Portal Theatre
- Electric Lodge, The
- Embassy Theatre
- Highways Performance Space
- Hollywood Bowl, The
- House, The
- Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts
- James Doolittle Theater, The
- Japan American Theatre
- John Anson Ford Theatre
- Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions - LACE
- Los Angeles Theatre Works
- Luckman Theatre, The
- Madrid Theater
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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Mary Jane Eisenberg: Thank you Steering Committee! Wonderful site!
elaine gardner: Nice to see this started!!!
leslie Kimble-Snow: Hello Don...would like to send you a lovely pic of us in one of Irina's childrens' ballets of the 1960s. My brother late Brother Greg and I danced with you then....all the best...Leslie Kimble [...]
Don Hewitt: It was a pleasure to read the bio and tribute by Oscar Nieto to Lola Montes. Lola was a fine and enduring force in Los Angeles. A skilled artist-teacher, she had high standards and was [...]
Elizabeth Peterson-Gower: I studied under Don Hewitt and Joey Harris, I was a member of Joey Harris Company The Group in Los Angeles in the 70's When He left California in the 80's we lost track, [...]
teedancing: for leo tee: http://oahuleo.tripod.com/index.html
Tracy SF: This is a wonderful site and I am so happy to have found it. My great-grandmother was Elizabeth Gellman! She spoke of her students often, including Stella Matsuda!!!
cecebechelli: Thank you Fred, for this wonderful article on the tap renaissance. It is a great resource for tap students interested in learning more about tap's history. I will be sure to pass the link on [...]