co-produced by Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers/ Louise Reichlin & Dancers (booth 825) and by Rhapsody In Taps/Linda Sohl Ellison (booth 111)
Dance Artists
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Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers/Louise Reichlin & Dancers

Louise Reichlin has packed houses with her family oriented dance/multimedia show "The Patchwork Girl of Oz" and her choreography for "Dream Scapes" and "Caution, Men At Work: TAP".

Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers celebrates 30 years with "The Better To Bite You With", Reichlin's new interactive dance/multimedia work based on Little Red Riding Hood. Each of the two showcases features ½ the work. Turning to the theme of teeth, this sophisticated theatrical adventure is woven with technology, narration, music ranging from Dixieland to Vaudeville to Tchaikovsky & Stravinsky, King Crimson and of course dance. "Imaginative and delightfully inventive... fun for the whole family."

Work: The Better to Bite You With
www.lachoreographersanddancers.org

See them on Tuesday evening at 9:25pm and Wednesday evening at 9:10pm (Booth #825)
LUMA

LUMA is a new genre of performance art that uses the dark as a canvas and light as the brush. Only recent advances in science make a show like LUMA possible. A multi-disciplinary work that fuses dance, rhythmic gymnastics, magic, acrobatics, puppetry, juggling and physics with a wide variety of lighting technology creating a dynamic moving tapestry of light, color and motion. This three dimensional human light show enthralls all ages of all cultures. “A rare show, truly magical” -SF Chronicle. Marlin, the company’s founder and artistic director, started exploring light in 1986. We Find The Light In The Dark.

www.lumatheater.com

See them on Tuesday evening at 10:55pm (Booth #509B)
Luminario Ballet of Los Angeles

Luminario Ballet, edgy, neo-classical and classical, distinguishes itself by being a ballet company versatile enough to offer classic modern dance and cutting edge aerial dance synergized into an exciting, high quality artistic program. The audience is thrilled, emotionally moved, and artistically stimulated by the wonderfully talented versatile performers. Contemporary choreographers bridge the gap from classical to "So You Think You Can Dance" and the aerialists in the group bring in the Cirque Du Soleil daring beauty audiences crave.

Work: excerpts from Jamal Story (Complexions NYC) "If the Walls Could Scream".

www.luminarioballet.org

See them on Tuesday evening at 10:20pm (Booth #825)