by Richard Alfieri
A heart warming comedy with plenty of cha-cha and features two of Australia's best loved performers, Nancye Hayes and Todd McKenney.
Lily Harrison, a lady of a certain age, has retired to Florida and decides to expand her circle of interests by signing up for a course of six dance lessons in six weeks, in the privacy of her own home. When dance instructor Michael Minetti arrives for the first lesson, the sparks and banter fly as these two strong personalities clash. An unlikely relationship develops between the prudish widow and her cynical and equally lonely tutor.
With dance routines created by John O'Connell, Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks will delight audiences with its honesty, tenderness and contagious joie de vivre.
Sydney Morning Herald
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