Teaching Disco Square Dancing to Our Elders: A Class Presentation: New Comedy at the Autry
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I felt the actors did as well as they possibly could have done with the script. The story itself was very weak and really did not have enough substance for an hour 1/2 play. This was a performance that I would have expected at a school play or...continued
Native Voices at the Autry’s World Premiere of
_Teaching Disco Square Dancing to Our Elders: A Class Presentation _
A New Comedy by Larissa FastHorse
Executive Producers Randy Reinholz and Jean Bruce Scott
Directed by José Cruz González
When Kenny and Martin draw bizarre topics for a school project, they decide to combine them into “Teaching Disco Square Dancing.” The delicate balance of their friendship is tested when they enlist the aid of Kenny’s Grandma and Amanda, a shy outcast, whose presentation topic is on cultural history. Can they work together to finish the project and graduate from middle school, or will stereotypes and teen angst undermine their determination? Hang on for a hilarious spin around the dance floor!