THIS IS ANOTHER ITEM THAT CAN BE MARKED AS A - RETURN. SCROLL TO THE END TO SEE THE HAPPY REUNION OF THIS ITEM WITH THE HAPPY OWNER
- UA GREG VA
Were you ever the nervous kid, about to step out on stage and plink away on a piano that you'd given up playtime to learn? Or, did you put on taps and a leotard and try to fall in-time to music with 5 - 10 other dancers dressed like you? I never did, but to kids (then and now) the full recital might feel more like a Broadway premiere. As I recently discovered, for the residents in the area of Newtown, CT fifty-one years ago it was like a Broadway premiere, and still is.
Lathrop School of Dance website to see if they are still doing the Star-Dust Revue, it turns out they are...in fact the 63rd Review event is next weekend. I will be in touch with the owners of the studio to see if they will allow me to donate this program to their archives.
UPDATE - I contacted the owner of The Lathrop School of Dance - Miss Diane- who was happy to meet with me despite the fact that she was preparing for the current Revue performance that night. I handed her the program and she offered to pose with it.
In her hands are the programs which show a 50 year span of time - the 13th Revue program from 1965 next to the 63rd Revue program - Miss Diane revealed that she is in the program from 1965 -Now that's a coincidence!