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October 23: Today in Dance

Born Today: Seymour Felix

Director/choreographer Seymour Felix (1892–1961) began dancing during the vaudeville era at the age of 15. He began staging dances (staging was the early name for choreography) on Broadway around 1923 and he created dances for hit shows such as Whoopee! and Rosalie (both 1928). He moved to Hollywood in 1929 and began choreographing for musicals featuring sound technology, and worked on films…

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Dance writer and historian, teacher, and advocate. Book Dance Appreciation, published by Human Kinetics. Apple podcast - Today in Dance.

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