After college, she and her physician husband moved to Florida where she lives now with her family and four cats.
Maggie the Cat
She has been writing and telling children's stories for many years. She recently retired after many years managing a physician's office and is happy to be able to spend more time writing and painting watercolors. She is currently working on three more stories for older children. She paints portraits, illustrates books and teaches art classes for kids.
She works in watercolor, acrylic and most recently, Sharpie pens. More information is available at www. Maggie the Church Cat.
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Rating Required Select Rating 1 star worst 2 stars 3 stars average 4 stars 5 stars best. Email Required. A cushion as a handbag. A towel as a hat. They strut and preen as if on a catwalk, their feet arched in a beautiful simulacrum of high heels, appearing over and over again in different forms and moods — flirtatious, defiant, wild.
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The movements sometimes, in their details, seem to recall the tropes of the black characters serving the leads in the old Hollywood movies. At others, they are like a courtly dance.
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The moment when the dancers dip their feet in a tray of brown paint, so they leave faint marks as they move, tracing their importance and their path across the white floor, is strangely resonant. At the close, each dancer walks forward to take a bow in the same little black dress, asserting their individuality. What I particularly loved about Maggie the Cat is its sense of being itself alone. In both Tree with wonderful African-inflected choreography by Gregory Maqoma and Invisible Cities where Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui turns dancers from Rambert into the physical embodiments of the strange magic of the story the dance is both the strong animating force of the action and yet somehow kept in its place.
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The performers were all charismatic, highly skilled and incredibly well intentioned but the show fell flat except in moments of individual virtuosity. It felt as if too many cooks had been involved. Sometimes less is more.
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