This year we have again joined “Giving Tuesday” to celebrate donations to non-profits on one special day.

Giving Tuesday

This Thanksgiving week, I am thankful for a few days off from our ten current school residencies, but also so thankful our company is able to teach, interact with in performance, and inspire so many young people. Whether you are a student or audience member or dancer, thank you for participating and being part of our world.

Please contribute. Each photo is about part of our programming, so check each for the different reasons we deserve your help. You don’t have to wait until Tuesday!

We accept donations through mail or online through PayPal, and will put whatever is donated to good use in our programming- or you choose from the photo ideas. We have Outstanding Concert Works, and our Arts in Education is equally deserving. Our 501-C3 # is 95-3509028.






Donating by Mail

Please send a check to:

Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers

351 S Virgil Ave

Los Angeles, CA 90020


Donating Online

We are set up to accept donations in any amount online through PayPal. You can write in any amount. See white ‘make donation’ button above.







 

This year we have joined “Giving Tuesday” to celebrate donations to non-profits on one special day and we are extending that day.


Thanks for all your help towards last year’s 37th season where we:

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The original black & white "Louise Dancing" t-shirts with the “Zapped Taps” on the back are back in stock in S, M, L, and XL on both black and white shirts. We also have a limited supply of Colburn Kids Tap/L.A. (in XL only), and Zapped Taps/Alfred Desio t- shirts for donations of $25 or more. T-shirts will only be sent upon request and a $3 mailing/handling

fee for each.


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-served 25,000-27,000 underprivileged youth

-created curriculum residency programs with workshops and performances in Greater Los Angeles & Los Angeles County, using themes of "DANCE with LA Choreographers & Dancers" and "The Patchwork Girl of Oz”, new Multicultural themes for both in school and afterschool programs.















-performed again at Kidspace in Pasadena, including (of course!) audience participation


We didn't do this alone! We had help from the LA County Arts Commission, the Dept of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles, the CA Arts Council, the NEA, County Supervisor Don Knabe toward our many activities in his district, and now additional help from new County Supervisor Janice Hahn, generous in-kind and financial help from many volunteers and partnerships with other organizations-and from YOU.

WE NEED YOUR DOLLARS NOW TO CONTINUE THIS WORK & MATCH OUR PUBLIC GRANTS, AND FOR OUR UPCOMING PROJECTS in 2017-2018:


-Taking 2 complete programs of Reichlin’s choreography to be presented by the Las Vegas and Clark County Library system in 2 of their performing arts centers on  January 20 - 3:00 pm, West Las Vegas PAC and January 21- 3:00 pm, Clark County PAC. Both are free to the public.


-Sponsoring the Thursday Spotlights and performing Excerpts from ‘The Tennis Dances’ in the International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) conference at the Prince Theatre in Philadelphia on January 25


-Adding media to ‘A Jewish Child’s Story’, an autobiographical dance multimedia work of early dreams as the granddaughter of Jewish immigrants and my research on the Holocaust.to be performed (free to the public) on February 11 at the Culver City Senior Citizens Center.


-Taking the shorter more portable version of "The Patchwork Girl of Oz" first presented in No Carolina and at the Mark Taper Auditorium in LA, and last year presented in Las Vegas, to our school residencies this year.


-For creating multiple new residencies for underprivileged youth in the LAUSD and throughout LA County



WE SERIOUSLY NEED YOUR DONATION AND ARE RAISING $10,000 BY THE END OF 2017!  PLEASE CONTRIBUTE NOW. ALL OF YOUR DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE NOW IF YOU GET THEM IN BEFORE DECEMBER 31, SO PLEASE DO IT NOW WHILE WE HAVE YOUR ATTENTION!

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-Reichlin was were awarded a WORD Artist Grant,  the Bruce Geller Memorial Prize, to create her new “A Jewish  Child’s Story”, and it was followed up with an LA Stage Advance grant from the Dept of Cultural  Affairs and the NEA. That allowed us a free theater and personnel so we could not only perform, but also hire a photographer & videographer to record the work. The photos above are by George Simian, with more on our home page.



  1. -Our company participated in festivals including the new Orange County Dance Festival.

  2. -And we were executive producers for the 11th annual San Pedro ♥ Festival of the Arts (formerly the TriArt Festival) which this year featured 21 dance companies, 2 music groups, and the visual artists from Crafted at the Port of LA.