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What Hallburn accomplishes next leaves the audience gathered on a church patio shaking their heads in disbelief. Hallburn grew up in South Gate, with a brother and sister – both living – and, in a way, led two lives. There was Hallburn’s Hollywood life. But there also was his other life, in which Hallburn as a teenager helped coach physically challenged children and learned sign language. He served in the Army during World War II, went on to earn a master’s degree in science at USC and became a teacher.
Cunningham, who is well under 5 feet in height and uses two forearm crutches to balance her body (she suffers from congenital osteoporosis), is a leading disabled dancer-choreographer, Curtis, who is a pioneering Bay Area performer, now 50, revealed that he has to dance around the arthritis in his hip, Together flower girls ivory ballet style slipper flats, girls ivory shoes, mary jane ribbon, first communion shoes, pageant wear, baptism they asked us to go for a ride down a path that, according to UC Berkeley philosopher of perception Alva Noë, the great Socrates himself would have applauded, That’s because the point of “The Way You Look (at me) Tonight” was to plunge us into awareness of what was happening by disrupting our habits of dance watching and questioning our definitions of dance itself..
Atherton resident Shiveley says, “There’s a trajectory in the life of an artist. There’s the young student who makes the 20- to 25-hour commitment a week to dancing, then progressing, hopefully, to a professional career. And then there is an evolution to becoming a choreographer. We wanted a chance to show that lifespan.”. The blooming is represented by promising students from the Menlo Park Academy of Dance who will participate in the spring program. Menlowe Ballet’s Founding Artistic Director Michael Lowe teaches at the Academy, whose director/owner is his wife, Sarah-Jane Measor.
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