- Lady Jayne, I second, and third the suggestion!!! Regency is English Country on steroids!!!! Love it!, Love it!, Love it!!!! Each year, Countess EalasaidMessage 1 of 2 , Jul 17, 2010View SourceLady Jayne,I second, and third the suggestion!!! Regency is English Country on steroids!!!! Love it!, Love it!, Love it!!!! Each year, Countess Ealasaid nic Churlain (now in Starkhafn) holds a Jane Austen Ball in Las Vegas. We are SO fortunate!!!If you like English Country, you'll love Regency!!!!Back into the woodwork,jeanne (Atenveldt)----- Original Message -----From: Krege, Barbara BSent: Thursday, July 15, 2010 8:02 AMSubject: [OutlandsDance] Regency Dance class in al-Barran, Sun. 7/25With great pleasure, I am forwarding this email to you. I had the opportunity to attend Pati's Regency dance classes years ago and had a delightful time and I highly recommend this class on Sunday July 25. For those not familiar with Regency Dance, this would be early 19th century dance.Please be sure to bring shoes that have not been worn on the street -- such as ballet slippers, dance shoes, or houseshoes.Jayne Barber(Barbara Krege)292-5126 till mid-August, krege@...
~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~From: Pati Nagle [mailto:pnagle1@ mandala.net] Sent: Wed 7/14/2010 4:16 PM To: pnagle1@mandala. net Subject: Regency Dance Resurrected!
At the request of the Jane Austen book club and the JASNA, I'll be teaching Regency Dances at the DTSW Studio on July 25 from 2-5PM. It would be wonderful to have some experienced dancers there, which is why I'm inviting you to join us! No costumes, but ladies might enjoy the feel of skirts swirling about their limbs.
No street shoes, please. This is to protect the studio floor from scratches.
The Dance Theatre Southwest (DTSW) studio is at 4200 Wyoming NE, Suite B-2, on the east side of Wyoming between Comanche and Montgomery.
As usual, a contribution of a dollar or two from each attendee would be welcome.