Dr. Sue “Queens of Comedy” Book by Susan Horowitz Funny Women Positive Entertainment
“Queens of Comedy” – Book by Susan Horowitz (Dr. Sue) – is based on her personal interviews with Comedy Legends Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Phyllis Diller, Joan Rivers, Dolly Parton, Whoopi Goldberg and More – Plus a Witty History of Funny Women!
Hard Cover or Paperback Signed by Susan Horowitz (Author, Entertaining Speaker) E-Mail: drsue at drsue dot com. (Or use Contact Form on Website) Also on Amazon (and More) for more money and no author’s signature.
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A Perfect Gift or Personal Treat for Holidays or Any Time! Ideal for Courses in Women’s Studies and Popular Entertainment!
Dr. Sue’s Entertaining Talk – Diversity & Dolly Parton!
Susan (“Dr. Sue”) Horowitz, Ph.D. Entertaining Motivational Speaker-Author-Educator-Singer/Songwriter.
We’re “dancing in the street” and on the stage at the annual Dance Parade! The parade route boogies down Broadway to Tompkins Square Park, NYC to celebrate the performing arts and multi-cultural fun!
Dancing divas, colorful costumes, and diversity rule the day in New York City!
Here I am with the beautiful Red Silk Dancers – a Chinese-American Company that performs traditional and contemporary dance. http://redsilkdancers.weebly.com/
Pure Onyx Movement Dr. Sue
Brooklyn is in the house – with Pure Onyx Movement – an American company that celebrates its African/International roots, Belly Dancing, and Inter-Generational Sisterhood!
Director Jeannie Mitchell says, “We breathe together.”
Here I am with Pure Onyx Movement!
Navatman Dancers & Dr. Sue
Is Bollywood calling? Navatman is a South Asian Dance and Music Company. The troupe and school is based in New York and trains dancers in traditional Indian performance styles.
Here I am with the Navatman dancers. There are two lovely ladies and two utterly charming children.
Dancing Wheels & Dr. Sue
Diversity means more than multi-culturalism. It extends to the differently abled – like members of The Dancing Wheels Company and School.
Director Mary Verdi-Fletcher, may be in a wheelchair, but her passion for dance, vision of possibilities, and sheer capability have created a company and school where thousands of children and adults with and without disabilities study and perform together.
“Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?”
– Robert Browning
(Photos by Jay Berman)
Hope you enjoy hearing me sing my original song: “You Can Be a Hero” copyright 2015 Susan HorowitzCreative Living by Dr. Sue: Support the Arts!
Without the arts, many children have no chance for a better, more fulfilling life! Without the arts, there is no real beauty, joy, or civilization!