Zap! …I really can’t believe the month is over and this is the last A-Z challenge post! No more daily Nita in your inbox! I love the letter Z. There are a lot of great things I could have written about that actually start with a z, but I found out just a few minutes… Continue reading Brought to you by the letter Z for Jazz, baby!
The Land of Make Believe by Chuck Mangione, brought to you by The Big Band, Whitehorse Yukon. This is the piece that opened Rockin’ the Casbah – the stage show I produced in 2011. I’m at the far right of the sax line, playing bari. Enjoy! . I’m participating in the Blogging From A-Z challenge. One… Continue reading L is for the Land of Make Believe
It’s delightful, it’s delicious, it’s delectable, it’s delirious, it’s dilemma, it’s de limit, it’s deluxe, it’s de-lovely! Am I dreaming? Today’s post is brought to you by the letter D! Here are Colin Donnell and Laura Osnes singing “Its De-Lovely” from the 2011 revival of the Cole Porter musical, “Anything Goes,” which made its Broadway… Continue reading a De-lovely Dream!
Two of the things I miss the most all wrapped up into one pretty package! I miss the creative expression that choreographing for the troupe allowed me to indulge in. And DAMN I miss playing that big band music! From 2011: Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps: a cane dance, choreographed by me and performed by Saba Middle… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Bellydance & Big Band
Last January I posted my about word for the year: PLAY! So, in the spirit of that resolution, I spent almost my entire April allowance on playful inspiration: books! I want to knit something bigger than a sock or a hat, but I know myself…I will make the front of something, or a sleeve, and… Continue reading In the Spirit of Play (or how I spent my April allowance)
In honour of today being the International Day of Dance, I’m going to share some of my previous dance life with you! You can find more here and here. …if you’re on a device, you’ll need to view this in your browser to see the video. Click HERE to go directly to the website. I… Continue reading Happy International Dance Day!