The Miss Saigon Performance that Had Sylvia Roldán Dohi Dancing for Jesus
It is the Morning of the Dragon—the Chinese pageant dance number is about to
Cue Music! Military beats fill the air enchanting the Broadway audience.
Dancers wearing tiger masks in Ho Chi Minh suits are ready to come out from
behind the curtain as…
Sylvia Roldán Dohi, the first in line of the procession, stands on the Ho Chi Minh
statue’s foot—ready to lead. She steps on to the stage. She is dancing. She is
moving—alone by herself as… The audience watches her dance for Jesus.
Maria Torres Shows the Rockettes How to Make a Remarkable Entrance and an ‘Interesting Exit’
It is the late 1990s and Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan is jam-packed with an audience eagerly awaiting the Spring Extravaganza starring Gregg Burge to begin.
Backstage the Rockettes are awaiting their cue for the opening number as…
Maria Torres steps onto the stage with her partner Arte Phillips. She is ready to awe the audience with her fierce tricks—double pirouettes, knee spins AND the water slide that has her pleading, “I just need to get to the other side…”