Dance On The Internet
Southern California Dance Directory, compiled by Louise Reichlin. Contains names and contact numbers for over 315 professional dance companies and related service organizations of dance in the Southern California area. This page also leads to a curated page of dance links.
Kodak Theatre
6801 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 308-6300. The centerpiece of Hollywood Highland, a world-class live broadcast theatre, and new home of the Academy Award ceremonies.“La Bayadére”, Ardani Artists presents The Mariinsky Theatre of St. Petersberg Kirov Ballet, Oct 15-19. (See MUSIC, PLACES, THEATRE)
Ford Amphitheatre
2580 Caheunga Blvd. East, (323) 461-3673.
Lovely historic outdoor amphitheatre. Home of “Summer Nights at the Ford” series.
July 11: Mizeranydance! “The Man Clan”
July 25: Naomi Goldberg’s L.A. Modern Dance and Ballet “Immediate States”
Aug 1: Helios Dance Theatre “The Quickening”
Aug 15: Ballet Folklorico Panameño
“Panama: Folklore, Fantasy Tradition”
Aug 16: This is Bellydance!
Aug 21 23: Ay! Flamenco
Aug 22: Lula Washington Dance Theatre
Aug 30: Pacifico Dance Company
“Mexico: Alma Y Corazon”

Pacifico Dance Company, Aug. 30,
Ford Amphitheater

Dance Resource Center
(818) 769-3093.
Information resource center on auditions, classes and events concerning dance.
he Key Club
9039 Sunset Blvd., (310) 274-5800.
Once a month this Sunset Strip nightclub presents “The Choreographers Ball,” performances by some of the best in dance
Fountain Theatre
5060 Fountain Ave., (323) 663-1525.
“Forever Flamenco” Every Sunday Night at 8pm The hottest flamenco in town is happening at the Fountain! A thrilling combination of prepared work and spontaneous exploration - with invited audience participation for the last number
Hollywood Bowl
2301 N. Highland Ave. (323) 850-2077.
World-famous natural amphitheatre.
Aug 2: Cirquoe Eloize:
A Night at the Circus
Aug 6: Wayne Shorter: “Life Music”,
featuring dancer Savion Glover
Aug 16: Romantic Shakespeare: “Romeo Juliet”Hollywood Bowl Orchestra with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre
The Studio Theatre
3433 Cahuenga Blvd. West, (323) 850-9497.
“The Non-Profit Valentina Oumansky Dramatic Dance Foundation.” Artistic Director: Valentina Oumansky. Dramatic Dance Workshop; Studio Theatre rental; also Video Production. Also presents “Project Image,” a performing arts program for schools.
Los Angeles Choreographers Dancers
(213) 385-1171.
This professional non-profit dance organization includes performing companies of Louise Reichlin Dancers (modern dance) and Zapped Taps/Alfred Desio (tap dance, both traditional and electronic).
A two-month residency for families at Los Feliz
Elementary in Jan. Feb. culminates in a performance. Companies offer family through full performances as well as workshops and residencies for children.
Hollywood Dance Center
817 N. Highland Ave., (323) 467-0825.
All forms of dance classes offered for all ages. Call for schedule. (See FAMILY)
Spectrum Dance at the Ivar Theatre

1605 Ivar Avenue, (310) 645-9419.
“Spectrum Dance Caught Between: Dancing for Camera and Live Audience” Aug 2 3. “Spectrum Dance in L.A.” Aug 9 10. Providing an ongoing, open forum to showcase the complete range of professional dance activity in the Los Angeles area.
Angelique Christiansen of Spectrum Dance,
Ivar Theater
Les Deux Cafes
1638 N. Las Palmas (323) 630-3586. Bal Arabiana, world music dance Tues 9pm.

Los Angeles Dance Foundation
(310) 271-1966.
“Making it better for dance in Los Angeles.” The Annual American Choreographer Awards acknowledges media choreographers. Publisher of Dance Fitness Magazine.