The Lady and The Dancer

Will Devine “Save The Last Dance For Me?” Will my dancer even call me? Only time will tell. Time....so many expressions about time.

The Lady and The Dancer

This book is a reminder of the resilience of the human spirit regardless of the trials and tribulations life can throw at us. Attitude is the key to being celebratory and enjoy the beauty of life. It is the story of a mother and divorcee, Marilyn Kaufman Barnes, of Jewish heritage and Orlon Andre Miller, an exotic dancer. Although from two different worlds, they meet as she is experiencing life and sexual escapades after her divorce. But, it is with this younger man that she discovers unconditional love, as they transcend the religious and racial barriers. This story will titillate your senses as fantasies are fulfilled in their romantic love affair.

Sky Dancer

One of the few texts dealing with the spiritual evolution of a female aspirant.

Sky Dancer

One of the few texts dealing with the spiritual evolution of a female aspirant.

Sky Dancer

One of the few texts dealing with the spiritual evolution of a female aspirant.

Sky Dancer

One of the few texts dealing with the spiritual evolution of a female aspirant.

The Destinies of Darcy Dancer Gentleman

His future is disastrous, his present indecent, his past divine. He Is Darcy Dancer, youthful squire of Andromeda Park, the great gray stone mansion inhabited by Crooks, the cross-eyed butler, and the sexy, aristocratic Miss Von B.

The Destinies of Darcy Dancer  Gentleman

His future is disastrous, his present indecent, his past divine. He Is Darcy Dancer, youthful squire of Andromeda Park, the great gray stone mansion inhabited by Crooks, the cross-eyed butler, and the sexy, aristocratic Miss Von B.

The Joy of Dancing

Peggy Spencer is a world-renowned ballroom dance expert and has compiled this practical guide to enable novices of all ages to practise in the privacy of their own homes. The book covers a wide range of dance styles.

The Joy of Dancing

Peggy Spencer is a world-renowned ballroom dance expert and has compiled this practical guide to enable novices of all ages to practise in the privacy of their own homes. The book covers a wide range of dance styles.

Lady of the Dance

Marie Duffy is the undisputed queen of Irish dancing: she has trained more world champions than any other teacher, and has been Michael Flatley’s right-hand woman for twenty years.

Lady of the Dance

“Marie Duffy is one of the best choreographers in the world. She has been my dance master and right-hand person since 1996. She is like my twin sister. I will love her forever.” – Michael Flatley Marie Duffy is the undisputed queen of Irish dancing: she has trained more world champions than any other teacher, and has been Michael Flatley’s right-hand woman for twenty years. She works tirelessly to promote Irish dance and culture internationally. In this honest and entertaining book, Marie gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the world of professional Irish dance, and draws back the curtain on her own fascinating and inspiring life. Marie first gained recognition dancing on entertainment shows in the 1960s, and went on to become a hugely successful Irish dancing teacher. Watching the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest in her living room, Marie was filled with pride as she’d taught many of the dancers in the famous Riverdance interval act. Two years later, Marie received a phone call that transformed her life when Michael Flatley offered her a job on a new show he had devised. Lord of the Dance would go on to become a worldwide hit, beginning years of fruitful collaboration between Marie and Flatley. Sadly however, Marie’s professional highs have been accompanied by many personal lows, including the loss of her mother (who didn’t live to see her daughter’s success) and first husband Ian, and being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010. Marie had a mastectomy, but in the showbiz tradition of ‘the show must go on’ she went back to her work rehearsing the dance troupe.

Me Salsa Dance Yes

This guide book aims to help readers learn the basic salsa dance steps at their own pace.

Me Salsa Dance Yes

This guide book aims to help readers learn the basic salsa dance steps at their own pace.

The Wind Dancer Storm Winds

“Won't you come out from behind the Wind Dancer and let me hold you? I like children. Nothing will happen to you, I promise.” - The lady's arms were as ...

The Wind Dancer Storm Winds

Twice the thrills—in one captivating volume Published together for the first time, from #1 New York Times best-selling author Iris Johansen comes a gripping pair of historical thrillers that push the boundaries of intrigue, suspense, and danger. The Wind Dancer In Renaissance Italy, intrigue is as intricate as carved cathedral doors, but none is so captivating as that surrounding the prized Wind Dancer, the lost treasure of a family—and of the man who will stop at nothing to reclaim it. Lionello Andreas is bound by his vow to guard the exquisite statue. But to recover what is rightfully his, he will need the help of a thief—one he can control body and soul. He finds his answer on the treacherous backstreets of Florence, in a sharp-witted young woman whose poverty leaves her no choice. But in the end, the allure of the Wind Dancer, and the ruthlessness of those who would possess her, will catapult them both into a terrifying realm where death may be the most merciful escape. Storm Winds Jean Marc Andreas wanted what was rightfully his—and would use any means to get it. Juliette de Clement, a confidante of the royal family, could aid his search for the treasure so many had killed to possess…and died to protect. But in the treacherous world of eighteenth-century revolutionary France, death could come from any direction—none more likely than from the person you trusted most. Still, Jean and Juliette had no choice but to trust each other. Their lives depended on it. Someone else was determined to have the Wind Dancer statue, and the legacy it bestowed. Someone whose twisted genius was already wrecking a path of unspeakable violence.

Eleanor Powell

Eleanor Powell


The Fashionable Dancer s Casket Or The Ball room Instructor

A New and Splendid Work on Dancing, Etiquette, Deportment, and the Toilet ... A gentleman should not dance frequently with one lady, nor engage a lady too ...

The Fashionable Dancer s Casket  Or  The Ball room Instructor

This reproduction of a famous nineteenth-century guide to Civil War dance includes illustrations and step-by-step instructions that are perfect for the modern reenact, historian, or anyone who is interested in the history of dance.

Lady Gaga

She's shocked the public with her crazy outfits, individual sense of style and headstrong manner. This is one girl who says what she thinks, and doesn't care if you like it or not.

Lady Gaga

The first biography of the international superstar, style icon and pop princess ...

Ballroom Dancing For The Beginner And The Average Dancer

The man should hold the lady's fingers between his thumb and first finger. ... lady's part to follow, whether the man is a good, indifferent or bad dancer.

Ballroom Dancing For The Beginner And The Average Dancer

This early work on dancing is a fascinating read for any enthusiast. Its 148 pages are extensively illustrated with diagrams and intended to help beginners and average dancers in particular to acquire a sound knowledge of ballroom dancing. Contents Include: Introductory Section; The Quickstep; The Waltz; The Foxtrot. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Karen Kain

A photographic record of the world and professional life of the young increasingly famous ballerina shows her in performance and in rehearsal, solo and with Nureyev, Augustyn, and others

Karen Kain

A photographic record of the world and professional life of the young increasingly famous ballerina shows her in performance and in rehearsal, solo and with Nureyev, Augustyn, and others

Judith Jamison Aspects of a Dancer

... in the history of dance . Judith is a lady who came in 1965 to my company . A tall gangly girl with no hair . I always thought she was beautiful .

Judith Jamison  Aspects of a Dancer

Examines the life of the dancer, Judith Jamison, and focuses on her performances as a member of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Burlesque Dancer 101

• Learn how to become a professional burlesque dancer, with clear detailed steps illustrated by real-life examples of famous performers from the 20th century and current stars, and beneficiate from a former performer’s insight • ...

Burlesque Dancer 101

• Learn how to become a professional burlesque dancer, with clear detailed steps illustrated by real-life examples of famous performers from the 20th century and current stars, and beneficiate from a former performer’s insight • Discover the legends of the art form and its origins, find out what kind of performer you want to become, enter a world of glamour and glitter you never suspected existed • Practice the basics of burlesque dancing with step-by-step explanations of moves, poses, walks, and a detailed analysis of famous classic burlesque routines like the fan dance • Read tutorials on how to create or customize your own costumes and props, learn how to style your hair like a burlesque starlet, try out professional make-up tips to look your best onstage • Develop your first burlesque routine with clear advice and examples on themes and songs, find out how the pros rehearse backstage to dazzle onstage • Get useful advice to interact with your audience and make the most of your first time performing a burlesque routine at an event, looking every inch the professional • Find out tips on getting your first burlesque bookings and the fees you might expect, and learn how you can develop your career and start working as a professional burlesque dancer full-time About the Expert Emilie Declaron is a content writer and literary translator with over ten years of experience. She speaks five languages including English, French and Bulgarian, and currently works all over the world. Emilie performed as a burlesque dancer in her twenties, mostly in the UK where she lived but also in continental Europe. She ran her own burlesque show from 2012 to 2015, the Lady Loco events in the North East of England, and also organized one-off variety events in various venues. She still is an avid supporter of the scene and follows closely any recent development in the burlesque world. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.

The Belly Dancer

At the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, Dora Chambers volunteers to enforce proper conduct on the Egyptian belly dancing exhibition to earn the approval of the World Fair's Board of Lady Managers, and appease her socially ambitious husband.

The Belly Dancer

At the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, Dora Chambers volunteers to enforce proper conduct on the Egyptian belly dancing exhibition to earn the approval of the World Fair's Board of Lady Managers, and appease her socially ambitious husband. But Dora finds herself captivated by these exotic women and their enigmatic manager, Hossam Farouk--and discovers the truth about the desire and passion in her own heart...

The Rope Dancer

The Lady has been very kind to me. I must not doubt her. Surely this trial that faces Telor is another part of the pattern She is weaving, and She will not ...

The Rope Dancer

"A master storyteller!" - RT Book Reviews Unequalled in her art, Carys danced in manor and village. Love was a stranger to this little rope dancer until Telor came along, the wandering minstrel whose love for her made his songs sweeter and more passionate. An exquisite novel of historical romance during the golden age of chivalry, from the bestselling author of A Tapestry of Dreams. Carys's livelihood depends on her agility, beauty, and balance. She enchants crowds with her exhilarating rope dance, but one wrong move leads to disaster-a twisted ankle and no way to survive. Alone and unprotected in war torn England, she has no one to trust but a handsome stranger-a man most unlikely to give up his wandering ways. Telor is a man skilled with his hands. A gifted musician who rejects city life to travel the country on his own terms-free of any master. Taking on an injured girl will only slow him down. But Carys's bold nature and haunted past intrigue him, and he soon discovers that beneath the beautiful exterior is a woman with a passion to rival his own. A richly detailed medieval historical romance, fans of Julie Garwood, Johanna Lindsay, and Mercedes Lackey will delight in the sweet, lively romance between Carys and Telor. With over eight million books in print, award winning author Roberta Gellis sets the standard for sweeping storytelling full of passion and pageantry. Publishers Weeklyhas termed her a master of the medieval historical. Her many awards include: The Silver and Gold Medal Porgy for historical novels from West Coast Review of Books and the Golden Certificate and Golden Pen from Affaire de Coeur, several Romantic Times book awards and also their Lifetime Achievement Award. What readers are saying about Rope Dancer: "unusual characters and lively action" "It's an adventure! It's a historical romance! Sometimes it's hot!" "one of the premier romance writers" "a rollicking, adventurous, sweet and even kind of hot book." What reviewers are saying about Rope Dancer: "An extremely entertaining and delightful tale with three of the most charming and unusual characters to come along in a great while."-Rebecca Brandewyne, bestselling author ofRose of Rapture What everyone is saying about Roberta Gellis: "Exciting, romantic, and utterly satisfying." -Mary Jo Putney "Enjoy the work's rich tapestry of detail, well-drawn characters, suspenseful story line, deft meshing of factual and fictional incidents and fresh approach." -Publishers Weekly "Roberta Gellis is a superb storyteller of extraordinary talent." -John Jakes, #1 bestselling author of The Gods of Newport

Death of a Dancer

The senior boys had each been allocated a partner for the First Dance; they were to politely request (sic) the First Dance, dance with the lady, ...

Death of a Dancer

The murder of a deputy headmaster's wife on the night of the Sesquicentennial Ball at a minor-league boys' public school brings together the team of Inspector Lloyd and Judy Hill. Diana Hamlyn's body has been found on the school's playing field. Death had been caused by the traditional blunt instrument, her clothing was disarrayed, her underclothes missing. It was a particularly disturbing killing. As Lloyd and Hill begin the harrowing routine of a murder investigation they rapidly learn that the woman had been a nymphomaniac - her conquests many, her fidelities few, the list of suspects for her killing appallingly long. That list includes her husband, her lovers and her colleagues, none with perfect alibis, some ostentatiously lying. It is an old-fashioned puzzle peopled with very contemporary characters. Once again Jill McGown presents a true novel of detection.

The bata dancer

Dancer. Above all, Yomi hoped that Baba Lamidi Ojedeji was still alive, ... Yomi was accosted at the gate by a lady as he entered Baba Lamidi's compound.

The bata dancer

A theatre scriptwriter loses his job, his marriage and his only child. He travels to a rural town in search of a quiet place to reorganize his confused life. Here he again meets with a legendary Bata dancer and the reunion rekindles his ambition to write a new play. But his success will depend on how much he is able to understand the mysterious language of the Bata drums and dance His bitter past has left him with the fear of another relationship and when the charming and compassionate daughter of his aged mentor comes into his life, he finds himself in a desperate battle against his resolve. But his new companion is a healing angel who mends his heartbreak and disabilities and teaches him the way of a master Bata dancer. Yomi Bello is a scriptwriter for the Heritage Theater. He has temporarily lost his job and his estranged wife has gone away with his only child. Yomi travels to a small rural town to take up a temporary teaching appointment in a private school, and to find a quiet place to rearrange his life. Yomi again meets with Baba Lamidi, a legendary Bata dancer. The reunion rekindles Yomi’s intention to write a new play, but his success will depend on how much he is able to learn of the mysterious language of the Bata drums and dance There are great challenges along his way forward nevertheless. The native craftsmen and artists are hostile and contemptuous. Baba Lamidi is also old, frail, and very often ill, which makes him an unreliable teacher. Nevertheless, Yomi Bello is determined that his new play, The Bata Dancer will be the greatest dance drama to be played at the Heritage Theater when it eventually reopens. Bitter experiences have left Yomi with the fear of another relationship, and when Ajoke, the delightful and very helpful daughter of Baba Lamidi comes into his life, he finds himself in a desperate battle against his resolve. Ajoke becomes to him a healing angel for his innermost miseries and for a severe limp. She also teaches Yomi enough about the Bata culture to make him perform like a master. PUBLISHER: TEKTIME