I’m Karen McLane. My family built a house in 1870 in Rockport and WE STILL HAVE IT. And oh, I am a direct descendant of Richard Tarr, first settler of Rockport, through my great-great-grandmother, Eldora Tarr. My dad, Merrill McLane, was a local historian, writing books about Rockport, and he was a founding member of the “Rights of Way” Committee.
I’m in town with my dance company, Ancient Rhythms, for a show at MAGMA Dance in Gloucester Saturday, November 9. We’re excited to be working with some local dancers to present an exuberant dance performance with fantastical costumes, and something for everyone ages 8 and up. A few years ago, our dancers came up to perform our original production of The Crowning of the Woodland queen at Windhover. We are excited to share our dance again via a new production on the North Shore!
We have a fabulous audience base in the DC area, but here we are not really known. We would appreciate a shoutout from you so the Gloucester community knows about the performance tomorrow night.
See below for all the details and don’t hesitate to get in touch! Thank you so much.
Dancing to Ancient Rhythms…The Power and the Voice of Women in Dance Through the Millennia
With echoes from the ancient past to the present…
Washington DC-based Ancient Rhythms Dance explores the rich and vast subject of women in dance through the millennia with a vibrant and colorful theatrical dance performance, Saturday, November 9 in Gloucester, MA.
Saturday, November 9 at 7:30pm
MAGMA Dance Center: 11 Pleasant Street / Gloucester, MA
General Admission – $25
Limited Seating – Tickets at the Door or Online at