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Dancin' No. 6

"Above it all, is Miss Reinking. There are other first-rate performers, but she is clearly the star. Miss Reinking possesses a number of striking attributes: Her legs are very long and she is very beautiful, but mostly it is that everything she has dances—her hair, her teeth, her expression Her face dances and this sets her off from a lot of merely very good dancers in the show whose faces merely concentrate."

—Jennifer Dunning, New York Times, 1978.



(left) Ann Reinking at the 1978 Tony Awards. Photo by Ron Galella, Getty Images

(right) Willa Kim's costume sketch for Ann's Sing, Sing, Sing costume.




Ann Reinking performing the Trumpet Solo in the number Sing, Sing, Sing in the show Dancin' during the out-of-town tryout in Boston, 1978. These are photos I took in the NYPL archives of 2-inch transparency slides by Martha Swope.





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