L.A. Knockers

l.a. knockersL.A. Knockers, created by Jennifer Stace in 1974.  Described as “Los Angeles’ hottest, flashiest, all-female dance experience.”

Jennifer believes that disco dancing is a direct reflection of the ever-changing fashions of today’s styles and attitudes. In her choreography, she introduces a variety of disco styles which include: partnering, poses, freezes, punking, locking,

Portrait of Jennifer Stace from the Playboy Club in Century City, November 1979, portraying the male dancer in the Ballet of the Red Shoes.

Portrait of Jennifer Stace from the Playboy Club in Century City, November 1979, portraying the male dancer in the Ballet of the Red Shoes.

gymnastics, robot or mime, S&M theatrical satire, and high camp attitudes. Her choreography uses ballet and jazz as a necessary technique in the development of disco as an art-form.

Here’s a photo of Jennifer from 1979, as Charlie Chaplin dancing with many girls in the ballet “Red Shoes”

See LA Knockers dance blog.

 

l. a. knockers