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January 2011 / SPECIAL EDITION FOR IPAY                                 Louise Reichlin & Dancers                                                                  

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We hope to see you in Tampa. Besides new materials on our current activities and projected tours, at our booth we'll have new videos from our dance/multimedia The Patchwork Girl of Oz and The Better To Bite You With

As part of the Learning Community Conversations on Thurs. at 3:30, I will be facilitator for  "
Exploring Interactivity in Live Performance for Young Audiences" in the Ferguson Hall Donor Lounge. Please sign up and stop by if it is a topic that interests you. We think it is one of the most important tools for audience engagement and inspiration around. For a new slide show on our 4th annual interactive site specific work Dance At the Stone House

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When we tour, we almost always work in the schools or with students from the community we are in as outreach. The Patchwork Girl of Oz actually can use up to 26 children, and we are creating a section in the new The Better To Bite You With for children. As it is now, there is one participatory section that we work with 4 children just before the performance where they join us on stage, and many places for the whole audience to interact with both words and movement. Above are some of our Patchwork Girl student volunteer "Joking Horners" resting backstage before their second show. You can probably guess why L. Frank Baum, the author of the book, named the group "Horners".

We have worked with hundreds of schools in CA and when we tour.  On our web site under education is information and photos about our school services including performances, workshops, and professional staff development. Programs and Repertory takes you to materials about our dances.
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Special thanks to our government fundors that certainly deserve our attention. Without them and the individuals who donate to our company we could not continue. Please go to our web site and make a donation.  To see who else is helping us please see our funding page.

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Louise Reichlin, Director
Louise Reichlin & Dancers/
Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers