As usual OldDD is taking off the month of May, because of weddings, graduations, and school schedules. Besides just giving us a break, taking off a month from public events also allows the OldDD Performance group to perform regularly at different venues. Performance Group at Fort Atkinson State Historical […]
This past Saturday the OldDD Performance Group opened their season by visiting three local nursing homes. We are so glad we can spend time visiting the elderly and dancing at the same time! More pictures are on our Facebook page here.
Here is the Dance Card for our Edwardian Ball on April 17th Jovial Beggars Ore Boggy to the tune of Halsway Manor(NEW) Tythe Pig Disbanded Officer to the tune of Kesh Jig(NEW) Draper’s Maggot(Waltz) Yellow Stockings 8pm Intermission Recorded waltz and polka Liliburlero Newcastle Circle Ship’s Cook Duke of […]
Our Annual Titanic Dance returns April 17th Friday, April 17th 6:30pm-9:30pm St. Mark’s Lutheran School Gym, 1821 N. 90th St $5 per person or $20 per family Live Music by The Band Join us for a family-friendly social event of social dancing set in the glistening Edwardian era, a pivotal […]
Friday, March 13th, St. Mark’s Lutheran School Gym 6:30pm: Beginner’s Class and welcome- Mr. G 7pm, dancing starts. Mad Robin-Jubilee Jenny Pluck Pears-Jubilee The Spaniard-David Hunt the Squirrel-David Mr. Beveridge’s Maggot-David Intermission Jack’s Health-Emily Merry Milkmaids-Emily Indian Queen-Brandon Ashford Anniversary-Brandon Mr. Isaac’s Maggot-Emily Gay Gordon-Emily March and St. Patrick’s […]
We who organize OldDD love dancing. If you love dancing, we’re the event for you. And if you love your friends, share the love and invite them to the Feb. 13th Dance! I just bet St. Valentine loved to dance too, if he was really so much into weddings as […]
Jan. 16th at St. Mark’s Lutheran School Gym, 1821 N. 90th St. Doors open at 6:30pm; ten minute beginner’s class at 6:40, dancing starts at 7pm. First Set, 7pm-8:10pm: Comical Fellow Jefferson and Liberty Lilliburlero Trip to Paris Duke of Kent’s Waltz Ten minute Intermission Second set, 8:20-9:30pm: Juice of […]
People often ask what the Fezziwig Ball is. People often can’t pronounce the word and they just can’t understand it. So here’s an explanation of where we got the name, The Fezziwig Ball: The Fezziwig Ball comes from Charles Dickens’ story “A Christmas Carol,” the no well-known novel about […]