TheEdwardMorganBallet
UPCOMING PERFORMANCES
TheEdwardMorganBallet's
20th Anniversary Celebration
November 18th - December 21st

35th Anniversary Celebration
For The Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen
Thursday, October 26, 2017
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Performance at 7:00 PM)

Special Performance
FASHION DANCE RUNWAY
Onsite Photo Shoot Performance
December 18, 2017
7:30 PM
Warehouse on 57th Street Upstairs
Must RSVP limited seating
Where Fashion Meets Dance!
At 92 years young, Lynne Charnay is still celebrating life and love. Ms. Charnay is the protege of the wonderful American composer and lyricist Jerry Herman (Hello Dolly). She has appeared in five Broadway shows, including Julia, Jake & Uncle Joe (1961),  John Kandor's first Broadway musical, A Family Affair (1962), The Sunday Man (1964), The Inspector General (1978), and The Grand Tour (1979). Over the decades she has appeared in more off-Broadway and regional productions and revues. She has also been performing in cabaret rooms in New York City for over thirty years. "Lynne Charnay is perfection!" John S. Wilson, The New York Times, and as Rex Reed once said, "You learn something valuable in her presence."
Joseph Alexander is working with producers for a new ballet musical
starring Lynne Charnay and Edward Morgan.
Author Carolyn Burke
A literary dance production collaboration: Burke has published three biographies, all to critical acclaim. After spending many years in Paris she was inspired by Piaf’s music to write No Regrets, which has been called "an eloquent embrace of the famed French singer-songwriter" (Publishers Weekly, starred review); "sympathetic . . . captivating . . . highly effective" (New York Review of Books); "masterful storytelling" (Library Journal); and listed among the best books of the year by the San Francisco Chronicle and the Sunday Times. Her book has been translated into many languages, quite suitable since Edith Piaf touched so many people.

WORKS IN PROGRESS


Michelle Ekizien's Opera

Gorky's Dream Garden


On Site Opera
General & Artistic Director Eric Einhorn


Artist Joyce Yamada
 Science & Art & Dance

Stan Satlin's
Indian Trilogy and Footsteps of Mandela
produced by Alex De Fortuna 


Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you at our upcoming performances ! 



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