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Former dancers from the Buddy Deane Show.

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BALTIMORE, MD - JANUARY 09: Former dancers from the Buddy Deane Show photographed at the Mobtown Ballroom in Baltimore, Maryland on January 09, 2013. from LEFT TO RIGHT, Jerry Manowski, Charlie LoPresto, Lola Jones, Concetta and John Sankonis, Suzy Costello, Shirley Joyce, Linda and Gene SnyderAnne Boyer Tempera and Rich Tempera, Frani and Wayne Hahn. TOP CENTER BACK ROW: Joe Loverde, Vicki Defeo, Bil Bertazon, and Marie Fischer Cooke Shapiro. SUNDAY ARTS 1/20: COVER: The Buddy Deane show inspired the movie 'Hairspray.' It's the 25th anniversary of Hairspray; the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is doing an anniversary concert and we're using the occasion as an excuse to do a retrospective with a bunch of former Buddy Deaners. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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BALTIMORE, MD - JANUARY 09: Former dancers from the Buddy Deane Show photographed at the Mobtown Ballroom in Baltimore, Maryland on January 09, 2013. from LEFT TO RIGHT, Jerry Manowski, Charlie LoPresto, Lola Jones, Concetta and John Sankonis, Suzy Costello, Shirley Joyce, Linda and Gene SnyderAnne Boyer Tempera and Rich Tempera, Frani and Wayne Hahn. TOP CENTER BACK ROW: Joe Loverde, Vicki Defeo, Bil Bertazon, and Marie Fischer Cooke Shapiro. SUNDAY ARTS 1/20: COVER: The Buddy Deane show inspired the movie 'Hairspray.' It's the 25th anniversary of Hairspray; the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is doing an anniversary concert and we're using the occasion as an excuse to do a retrospective with a bunch of former Buddy Deaners. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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09 de enero de 2013
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Former dancers from the Buddy Deane Show photographed at the Mobtown... Fotografía de noticias 159707101Actuación,Amistad,Bailarín,Baltimore - Maryland,EE.UU.,Fotografía,Horizontal,Interés humano,LoLo Jones,Maryland,Pintura al Temple,Previamente,Salón de bailePhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostBALTIMORE, MD - JANUARY 09: Former dancers from the Buddy Deane Show photographed at the Mobtown Ballroom in Baltimore, Maryland on January 09, 2013. from LEFT TO RIGHT, Jerry Manowski, Charlie LoPresto, Lola Jones, Concetta and John Sankonis, Suzy Costello, Shirley Joyce, Linda and Gene SnyderAnne Boyer Tempera and Rich Tempera, Frani and Wayne Hahn. TOP CENTER BACK ROW: Joe Loverde, Vicki Defeo, Bil Bertazon, and Marie Fischer Cooke Shapiro. SUNDAY ARTS 1/20: COVER: The Buddy Deane show inspired the movie 'Hairspray.' It's the 25th anniversary of Hairspray; the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is doing an anniversary concert and we're using the occasion as an excuse to do a retrospective with a bunch of former Buddy Deaners. (Photo by Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)