Dancer, poet to perform work of Isadora Duncan in Tiburon

Nov 29, 2012 Full story: Marin Independent Journal 17

Dancer Lois Ann Flood and poet Marjorie Lynne Wagner will perform the work of early 20th century dancer-choreographer Isadora Duncan from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Dec.

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Napa, CA

#1 Nov 30, 2012
We love her! We just love her annual xmas shows of Nutcrraker and her beautiful bouncy waltzes with the snow swans standing in the lake with all the little kids having a time. This show should be a real treat, too, as we all remember Ms Duncan's work in the movies. Especially "Flying down to Rio" where she did that double take with Frank Morgan and in at least one of the Day movies with the Marx Bros. memories alight bright





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dancemomsonomast ate

Napa, CA

#2 Dec 2, 2012
when my mom was a girl she was in berkley at the tildorf biggerstaff school and was drafted into the duncan dancers. they have pix of dancing at the temple of the winds in berkley hills area. the guests called the group the "dunkettes". this pissed the director, paul duncan, off but my mom didn't care. this is all I know. my daughter takes ballet in S. Rosa. she doesn't like it.





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Napa, CA

#3 Dec 5, 2012
This is news. We are all going. Ms Duncan was an RAD, Royal Academy, student of Frederick Ashton. Sir Fred taught Rudloph Barsynreyev to do the levels. We love Giselle and never miss a show, no.





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Napa, CA

#4 Dec 17, 2012
Hello Artist. The shows was excellent. The lights and the musics was everybody invigorizing and thoroughly upheld all predilections. Sat next to poet demanded called Hale. He spoke all time how he would have done everything different so it was for me like going to two shows. The lady with the kerosene smelled hat in front kept saying "shuuuuusssht" and turning around to show large yellow tooths and booger on left so it was clear that we were in contact with otherwise distant foreigners too to enjoying the show. Would recommend mores undergarmenting for colds of body and showing less patooty so readily for new friends. Keep til later. More shows?





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Since: Dec 12

Roderfield, WV

#5 Dec 17, 2012
Don's donkey is a poet.
Mis Viola

Petaluma, CA

#6 Dec 18, 2012
Me and sis couldnt see the show because of the smoke and mist. This did not stop us from reading the license plates of the other attendees. We didnt learn nothing, not a bit. Nope. But now we are convinced that if we ever get outa here we will join a ballets troop and dance just like the wimmens did we think at this show. yes.





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Napa, CA

#7 Dec 19, 2012
I hope this is right and you can send the food tonight.
We want 2 # 13, with lamb very well done and few tomatoes and not too soupy.
2 # 6, chicken with extra sauce, thick sauce
1 # 8, vegetarian with lite salt
4 # 5, Chicken and Okra an d Bitter melon
2 # 14, prawns, NO PORK.
^ brown rice. be sure the rice is brown and not that uncle stans crap like last time.
Maurice & Viv
GoldenPhoenix takeout

Napa, CA

#8 Dec 21, 2012
where is adresses at? we can no make food no adresses. where at send food? we no can make food and leave alone around food. Need adresses and so pay too deliver food.
BalerinasoonestR AD

Sonoma, CA

#9 Dec 21, 2012
my teacher is great.
she esplans that the music we saw was chaikovwsky.
Isabella Dunca was a ballet studfent at RAD. Like me.
I love the swans ad goose.
A Thought

Vacaville, CA

#10 Dec 21, 2012
Nice to see something positive on Topix for a change





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Napa, CA

#11 Dec 25, 2012
Mother and Da took all of us to the performance of this Nutcracer. The auditorium was full of the nicest dressed people and then the Conductor came in and the Orchestra stood up and everyone sat down and the lights and talking went down and the Music began and the curtain started to shakily lift and then snagged on something invisible and only after much pulling and yanking from behind the scenes it seemed to shudder and ripple while the orchestra kept playing the same thing over and over while the musicians clearly snuck glances at the thing waving over them which one supposes was an overture the whole curtain seemed to flap like a great flag in slow motion and the mystery and suspense and tension mounted and the lights kept dimming pink and then the curtain seemed to roar as it fell into the pit and everyone screamed and some small voice laughed madly and the music stopped and some people on the stage in tutus and a fellow in a turban helped a guy in a cloak get up and then all the folks ran out in a mad rush and that was it. I want to go back next year but Da is a bit put off by the no returns policy. We will see. Merry Xmas to all.
sylvia schlongg graton

Sonoma, CA

#12 Jan 8, 2013
Well, we too love Nutscracker Ballet. All the jumping and arabests is too beautiful to be seen and we love that russian musical too. Wish they could have one evry day forever as it is nice as heck and it is nice to dress up and sit in the dark and watch all that showing when they dont know if you are there.
Our lady of Perpetual Hur

Napa, CA

#13 Jan 10, 2013
Dear Souls,
We who are about to dine salute you. The repast is set, you are but to alight. Yup, yup, yup.
Mother of Ballet girl

Bell, CA

#14 Jan 20, 2013
This showing of all those billowing thighs and wandering breasts was great for my husband, he rose right up in his wheelchair and burst forth with applause. We need to know more about the dauncan experience and its roots in afro-american culture and its impact on world thinking and sexual ambiguity or something like that.
sonora sheila

Sonoma, CA

#15 Jan 21, 2013
When will there be more shows of this legend? They gotta have more shows so more folks can see the shows only iff they have more shows. Nudity is okay if done with taste and showers before, plus a little powder. Ya know?
ella mae78600

Sonoma, CA

#16 Jan 23, 2013
my place lest me in bailet class two twice times.

learn learn ton dew and fort des bra not kiding

dunlop works here

Sonoma, CA

#17 Jan 26, 2013
The truth is that there never was such a place but that didnt stop people from buying apartments and moving in and then discovering they were nowhere and there was no water or light or toilets that really work. Dancing around the issue wont disguise the unknown so well that it seems familiar but sorta l;ost. That is that and so forth.
DD Dunlop

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