Issue of February 10, 1940
GREATEST EXPONENTS OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN DANCE
REGINALD LAUBIN GLADYS
CURRENT SEASON COMPLETELY BOOKED
Over 200 Engagements from September, 1939 thru April, 1940
Now Booking—Season 1940–41
Soloists with United States Military Academy Band, West Point, N. Y.
Sunday, February 28, 1940
THE Laubins present the Indian in the heydey of his racial existence, before the glorious romance, the color and the deep religious fervor of his nature were stinted by contact with the conquering white man.
Their dances show the Indian in his lighter moments, when he danced for sheer love of rhythmic movement and during more serious times, when his dances reflected great pathos or emotional frenzy.—
The Boston Sunday Herald.
Direction: WILLIAM NEILL
Suite 1411 - 119 West 57th Street,
New York, N. Y. Tel.: CO. 5-7887
621 West Delavan Avenue,
Buffalo, N. Y.
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