When I was a child it was my dream to be a Broadway dancer. Being from a very small town we did not have dance classes of any kind, so I got my dance education from variety shows on tv. The Jackie Gleason Show featured a group of dancers called The June Taylor Dancers every week and I would stand in fromt of the tv and dance with them. One September when I was around 6 years old the June Taylor Dancers came to perform at out county fair. At last I saw my chance to be discovered and on my way to Broadway. I stood in the dirt in front of the stage and danced uninvited with the June Taylor Dancers and I must admit I got quite a lot of applause for it too! Fast forward a few years and I decided to take ballet in college. Right, you guessed it, I had never taken ballet before and I was horrid. We had to dance in the theater production of The Music Man and I heard our teacher say "Oh my god that redhead is going to ruin the show!" Well that did it. I learned the routine made it through the musical and retired from dancing! 6x6 oil on panel ©2010 $110.00 + s/h contact Nancy Rhodes Harper if interested in purchasing. Thanks for looking!
No.15 in my Sept. painting marathon