COYOTE STAGEWORKS PRODUCTION OF "SIX DANCES IN SIX WEEKS" IS MUST-SEE FUN
|Coyote Stageworks Founder and Artistic Director Chuck Yates and |
Lucie Arnaz congratulate stars Loretta Swit and David Engel on opening night
"Six Dances" is a funny, charming, and, at times poignant and significant play written by Richard Alfieri and directed by Larry Raben. It is a joy to see Loretta Swit as a "slightly older" lady dealing with her life by enhancing it with dance lessons given by her testy, complicated teacher played by David Engel. These are rich characters, and they are played to the hilt by Swit and Engel. Raben's direction beautifully treats the highs and lows with deft skill.
Palm Springs philanthropists Annette Bloch, David Lee, and Donna MacMillan are big supporters of Chuck and Coyote, and we have them to thank for this production and the up-coming season.
|Broadway producer Martin Wiviott and Loretta|
|Actor-writer extraordinaire Larry Luckinbill|
Coyote's plays are done at the Annenberg Theatre in Palm Springs. "Six Dance Lessons" plays for the next ten days, so get your tickets at the box office or the Annenberg website.
The next production up is "The Lady with All the Answers," starring Gloria Loring as Ann Landers. It plays from April 14-23.