Sorel, Felicia (1904–1972)

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Sorel, Felicia (1904–1972)

American concert dancer and choreographer. Born 1904 in New York, NY; died 1972 in Las Vegas, Nevada; m. Senia Gluck-Sandor (dancer).

Trained in ballet, modern dance, and Spanish dance, performed in concert recitals with husband (1920s–30s), mainly under title of Dance Center; performed leading roles with Dance Center—which was also a larger company at times—in such works as Petrouchka (1931), Tempo (1932), Afternoon of a Faun (1932), and El Amor Brujo; performed at Radio City Music Hall with Demetrios Vilan; for theater, choreographed Marc Connelly's Everywhere I Roam and Our Honor and Our Strength (1939) for Theater Guild, as well as La Belle Hélène (1941) and Lysistrata (1946).

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