"Those who saw Towers waltz in a celebrated Broadway revival of The King And I will be happy to know she has lost none of her grace and intelligent charm. Tall and lithe, she looks effortlessly regal in Helen Butler's costumes." - Los Angeles Times
About the Show
Written by Richard Alfieri
Directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman
Choreographed by Kay Cole
Opening Night is October 31 at 8pm.
t's hate at first sight when Lily (Constance Towers), a formidable retired woman, hires Michael (Jason Graae), an acerbic ex-Broadway chorus boy, to give her private dance lessons in her Florida condo. As Michael teaches Lily to dance, they both learn some unexpected lessons in life. Part comedy, part drama, part cha-cha-cha.
FREE DANCE LESSONS from Arthur Murray Dance Studios!
Prior to the performances on Thursdays (November 6, 13 and 20), join us in the Falcon lobby from 7-7:30pm for a FREE DANCE LESSON! Learn some of the dance moves featured in the show, such as the Swing, the Tango and, of course, the Cha-Cha! No need to make a reservation for the free lesson. Just put on your dancing shoes and waltz on down to the Falcon!
Dance lessons provided by Arthur Murray Sherman Oaks: 4633 Van Nuys Blvd, 818-783-2623
Cast & Creative Team
Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman
Choreographer: Kay Cole
Scenic Designer: Eric J. Larson
Costume Designer: Helen Butler
Lighting Designer: Donna & Tom Ruzika
Sound Designer: Phil Allen
Props Designer: Emily A. Stapleton
Producer: Arnold Margolin
Stage Manager: Gregg W. Brevoort
High-res press photos are available for download on the Press Tab.