Bob Whelan’s interview done by the Witness to War Foundation on 9/12/14. For more about this foundation, please visit www.witnesstowar.org.
When one dances, like in most other pleasurable activities, one wants to do more and better. My dance was no exception, and like most, it was taking place in two different venues, and happening simultaneously. […]
The back and forth of our Paso Doble now took on a growing set of engaging maneuvers. Everyday a new dimension. From clumsy toe stepping to smooth ice dancing was again on course. Not only […]
The dancing, as ice dancing, was keeping us all occupied and to no small extent challenged. But larger challenges were growing and they began to crowd out our romantic and artistic efforts. Why? Because, to […]