Monday, March 23, 2009

A TIME TO DANCE is "remarkable art"

Award-winning Writer, William Hay, says this about A TIME TO DANCE, running at Pacific Theatre until April 4 (tickets: 604.731.5518):

Libby Skala's tribute to her great aunt Elizabeth 'Lisl" Polk played tonight at Pacific Theatre starring LibbySkalla.

Her dance was as varied as her vocalizations and the story rich and captivating from beginning to end. Touchingly telling the tale of this remarkable pioneer of 1930's modern dance and innovator of dance therapy, Libby followed Lisl life from Vienna across Europe escaping Nazis to poverty then fame in New York City. Libby was beautiful throughout bringing the heart, sadness and promise of an era to the little theatre with her remarkable art.

I was thankful I'd brought friends and rewarded by their praise as heartfelt as my own. What an uplifting and joyful evening! Thank you again, Ron Reed, for bringing us another great production of this brilliant and talented young woman.

photo credit: Kevin Lionias

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