They are dancing.
They are happy and dancing.
“I know I can dance,” says Dora Mae.
They are in downtown Los Angeles in the middle of the day.
They could also be dancing in the nighttime in July. It’s warm outside. They’re hearing music, more than one guitar. They’re playing the violin. There’s a big band, saxophone, and violinist in the back. There’s also a barricade.
“I know that man wanted me to dance with him.”
The woman is happy to dance.
The woman’s name is Donna and the man’s name is Dan Rodriguez.
The lady in the back is Dan’s mother. The boy’s name is Brad and the other little boy’s name is Michael. The two little kids have two parents. Brad and Michael like to go to Disneyland.
Dan and Donna are brother and sister from Mexico. They dance for a living and they’re dance instructors.
They’re friendly people.
They are listening to regular dancing music. They can smell women’s perfume.
There is a list of dances they are going to perform on the wall.
They will be dancing many dances:
The waltz, fox-trot, square dancing, disco, and ballroom dancing.
Jean has fond memories of square dancing.
The guy dancing is her son and he is very handsome.
They’re dancing because there is good music.
The dance is to raise money.
They’re celebrating a movie premiere.
The movie is called, “The River Runs Through It.”
There’s a Chinese theater in Hollywood. It takes 9 miles to get to the Chinese Theater. They’ll go in a carriage or by subway.
They’re dancing and playing music because they’re happy.
Dan recalls ballroom dancing with a woman named Gracie.
Donna is a singer. She has sung at many theaters.
Her mother is a singer as well.
Remembers visiting Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Union Station.
Afterwards, they’re going to have lunch in Union Station.
They’ll probably eat sandwiches. Bread and butter pickles on a cheeseburger.