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Jazz Attack: LIVE Interview with Lindy Legend Sugar Sullivan
September 24, 2020 @ 5:00pm - 7:00pm PDT
From the Facebook event description:
Sugar Sullivan started her career as a performer, choreographer, teacher and professional dancer at the age of nine. Sugar was a member of the Original Jazz Dancers, a distinguished group of Lindy Hoppers and Hoofers from Harlem’s heyday. Sugar has been featured with the Harlem Blues & Jazz Band, Cab Calloway’s Hi-De-Ho Orchestra, Duke Ellington Orchestra, Count Basie Orchestra, and Panama Francis and his Savoy Sultans among others.
Join us as we discuss what it was like to dance in the Savoy Ballroom, challenges and stories from traveling the US and the world as a performing artist, and thoughts on what lies at the heart of Lindy Hop.
All times in EST —
8:00-9:00pm LIVE Interview with Sugar Sullivan, conducted by Mike McDermott!
9:00-9:20pm The JA Camp Meeting Hangout with your hosts Nick and Jennifer
9:20-10:00pm DJ’ed & Narrated set with DJ Lauren Levey
***ADMISSION: Jazz Attack is committed to supporting the dancers that make this scene swing, and the professional artists that make it swingin’. We’ll gladly accept Venmo donations of $5-15 to @PHRYGIAN to support these artists! HOWEVER, if you have been financially impacted by this pandemic, consider this night of dancing on us.
**CODE OF CONDUCT & SAFER SPACES**
Jazz Attack is committed to the safety of our community, especially during this time. Even with our virtual Jazz Attack events, please know that our code of conduct still applies, and all anti-harassment policies and conduct must still be respected.
We have begun using password protection for our meetings to ensure the security of our events. That password is: jazz
Our weekly virtual hangouts will have moderators ensuring the security of our event, and our Safer Spaces team will still be operational to report any concerns and address issues. Find our full code of conduct and contact information here.
***GROUP MEETUPS are NOT encouraged (kind of defeats the purpose of social distancing). We highly recommend that everyone enjoy the fun from their own homes.
***RECORDINGS: This interview WILL be recorded and made available for all those that wish to view at a later date. There will be no paywall, but donations to support continued efforts such as this one will be graciously accepted.
For more information about our regular dances & online events, visit jazzattackswings.com
Have an idea for a fun socially distant dance event? Message the Jazz Attack page or any of our organizers!