AUDITIONS
Louise Reichlin & Dancers/
Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers
Auditions for 2 male dancers for the 2014-2015 Season

When- Please email for appointment, and attach resume. louisehr@lachoreographersanddancers.org.
Where- Live Arts LA, 4210 Panamint Street, (corner of Eagle Rock Blvd.) LA 90065

Paid performances and associated teaching activities. Rehearsal honorarium.

Dancers should have modern and contemporary, strong ballet and jazz background, strong stage presence, expressiveness, musicality, and technique. Floor work is important and ability to improvise helpful. Tap is useful if the other areas are strong, but not required. All ethnic types.

Rehearsals times are Sunday 10-1, Tues 10-1 and Thurs 10-1. To see some of the styles look at YouTube.com/LouiseReichlin. More info on "News" on our website www.LAChoreographersAndDancers.org.

Or call 213-385-1171 or e-mail louisehr@lachoreographersanddancers.org.
If unable to attend audition contact us for appointment.

You may also send pictures and resumes to our mailing address: 351 S. Virgil Ave., Los Angeles CA 90020, USA.

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Next performances include: August previews for the TriArt Festival, September at the TriArt Festival. October at the Mark Taper Auditorium/ LA Central Library. The last 3 seasons we have also toured to New York for performances. We currently have many performances and residencies at schools in the LA area.

Louise Reichlin & Dancers burst into the public eye in 1979 with their first performance at the Anson Ford Theatre when "Reichlin created a sensation with "The Tennis Dances" (Dance News). Over the years she has continued to examine our society from its most primitive nature to the emergence of the information age with "The E-mail Dances" in 1996. Through multiple performances for the 23rd Olympiad, a summer series at the LA Zoo, touring the US and Mexico with "Dream Scapes" and "The Patchwork Girl of Oz," Reichlin has consistently created "probing and provocative" works. (Dance Magazine)

Photo credit- Paul Antico


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