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    Here's an old thread about the classical dance of Southeast Asia:

    Music and Dance of Southeast Asia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange Magic View Post
    Here's an old thread about the classical dance of Southeast Asia:

    Music and Dance of Southeast Asia



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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange Magic View Post
    Here's an old thread about the classical dance of Southeast Asia:

    Music and Dance of Southeast Asia


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sydney Nova Scotia View Post
    I've said it on here before but this productin is running in London unitl next January. It has more sheer pisazzzzz, hutspah, balls and pure entertianment than just about anything I've seen in 40+ years of theatre and concert and Opera attending.

    If you are with ... about 2000 miles, you'd be mand to miss it.
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    Thank you for this thread, I've book marked many to check out with my dear old Mum, when she comes to stay. We'll have a great time.

    Now I doubt (m)any of you have watched Fred Astaire more than I have, I just love the guy. But scholars are correct to point out that much of what he did had first been done by black vaudeville acts. I enjoyed your selctions of Mr Bojangles but unless I missed it these guys should alos be featured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belowpar View Post
    Thank you for this thread, I've book marked many to check out with my dear old Mum, when she comes to stay. We'll have a great time.

    Now I doubt (m)any of you have watched Fred Astaire more than I have, I just love the guy. But scholars are correct to point out that much of what he did had first been done by black vaudeville acts. I enjoyed your selctions of Mr Bojangles but unless I missed it these guys should alos be featured.

    Thank you for your kind words - they mean more than you can imagine to me! I genuinely hope that you and your mum find moments of true happiness spent together enjoying that which they love in the company of those whom they love...

    I do have the Nicholas Brothers posted - I've added so many that not even I know where they're at and I'm the one who posted them!

    Again... thank you for your kind and gracious words - Enjoy!

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    and this one by Whiteys Lindy Hoppers in "Hellzapoppin". is so crazy fast starting at the 2:45 mark that it defies belief - almost to the extent that you suspect that they speeded up the sequence but it's in real time -



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    In the rehearsal room. Miss Turnstiles is Megan Fairchild, a principal at New York City Ballet.
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