8/8/20 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Jerusalema Master KG- Ft. African Kids

Kgaogelo Moagi (popularly known as Master KG) is a South African musician and record producer. He was born on January 31, 1996, in Calais village, Tzaneen, Limpopo, South Africa. Continue reading

8/8/20 O&A NYC SATURDAY MORNING CONCERT: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

Lorelei Lee ( Marilyn Monroe) and Dorothy Shaw (Jane Russell) are just Two Little Girls from Little Rock, lounge singers on a transatlantic cruise, working their way to Paris, and enjoying the company of any eligible men they might meet along the way.  Continue reading

8/7/20 O&A NYC SHALL WE DANCE FRIDAY: Bob Fosse Documentary

Bob Fosse stunned the musical theatre world when he went from dance darling to world class choreographer and director. Continue reading

8/8/20 O&A NYC ITS SATURDAY- ANYTHING GOES: Nneka Irobunda performs Krizbeatz

Choreographer and teacher Nneka Irobunda performs Krizbeatz – Level ft. Sean Tizzle & Ceeboi as put of her Afro-fusion class called AfrobeaStilettos
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8/1/20 O&A NYC SATURDAY MORNING CONCERT: Maria Kochetkova & Daniil Simkin – ‘Le Corsaire’ Pas de Deux

“I danced this pas de deux from the ballet ‘Le Corsaire’ with the wonderful ballerina Maria Kochetkova in August 2009 at the World Ballet Festival in Tokyo, Japan”- Daniil Simkin.
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8/1/20 O&A NYC ITS SATURDAY ANYTHING GOES: Legendary Season Finale- Leiomy Maldonado and Dashaun Wesley  

Leiomy Maldonado and Dashaun Wesley give us a dash of Spanish favor in this vogue tour de force on the Legendary season finale. 
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7/31/20 O&A NYC SHALL WE DANCE FRIDAY: Leo Holder discusses Dougla- Bonus 1977 DTH Performance of Dougla

Leo Holder, son of the choreographer Geoffrey Holder, and Dance Theatre of Harlem Artistic Director Virginia Johnson discuss the origins of Dougla. This is followed by a special presentation of Dougla from a 1977 PBS Broadcast.

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7/28/20 O&A NYC INSPIRATIONAL TUESDAY: Dougla

The 2018 return of Geoffrey Holder’s masterwork Dougla to the repertoire Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) was a resounding success. The work is a sensorially sumptuous movement fest; and it is no wonder Dougla has remained an audience favorite since its premiere on April 16, 1974. 

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