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This page was last revised on February 25, 2018.

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to the Presenters page for

Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers/ Louise Reichlin & Dancers.

LA C&D presents soulful, imaginative dance works that takes audience members on their own journey of self-discovery.

Featured right now is our new version of The Patchwork Girl of Oz that we toured to No. Carolina, and then in Los Angeles at the Mark Taper Auditorium, LA Central Library, in 2016 and to two locations in Las Vegas in 2017. See News. To see the entire 50’ show, click here.

This page is designed to give you more direct access to specific touring programs, tech requirements, and some of venues we have worked with. If the links are not in yet for what you are looking for, looks on the top and side menus, or just email us for a direct link --coming soon. On line, please look here for more about us, here for programs and repertory, and here for Louise’s current bio. Also here for Louise Reichlin & Dancers. Education links begin here. If prefer pdf’s see below.

Below are direct links to our main touring productions (each with video and photo links) as well as multiple review links. These are large pdf files.

- Sponsors & audience letters

  1. -Promotional cards

  2. -Bio, Tech, Perf. locations

The Patchwork Girl of Oz




Review CA premiere + more


Recent Articles

The Better To Bite You With





Full length video from 2014 performance at the Mark Taper Auditorium.

The Baggage Project/

Tap Dance Widows Club




Articles & Reviews


Video - LA Theater Center,


Video - Jazz at Lincoln Center,

                Booking Dance Festival

Video - Awakenings &

                Beginnings Dance


A Jewish Child’s Story. For photos, see bottom of page.

Our e-news about the work

Educational Residencies

K-12 links for performance, professional training for teachers, and student workshops.

Photo above from a school performance in California, above right from the Long Island Children’s Museum in New York, and Video and photo to right from our performance as part of Booking Dance Festival NYC produced by Jodi Kaplan at The Allen Room in Frederick P. Rose Hall, Home of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Images below from our newest work: “A Jewish Child’s Story” with photos by George Simian.