Remembering Ida

We miss you, Ida.

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The mission of Kairos Dance Theatre is to transform and revitalize individuals and communities. We work with older adults in intergenerational settings to liberate the healing power of interactive dance and story. We achieve our mission by engaging the skills of professional teaching artists.

3 Responses to Remembering Ida

  1. Jon Krasney says:

    An inspiration to us all. Positive, humorous, smiling, and all there. We’ll miss you Aunt Ida.

  2. Larry Levinson says:

    let me introduce myself…here from our Nation’s capital…Ida was my mother’s youngest sister and for her time and age broke into the dance world with zeal and zest…as she was called Ida Little, a star in the Tamaris group..ahead of their time..and in the relationships with the fabled Soyer family who were fine artists and cellists…Ida was just fun to be with…a flame of dance and tempo…and with those long strides on the Long Beach boardwalk made all of us sedentary types really Ida joins my mom, Sara, and her two other sisters up there in the great sky..united again in spirit and love… from her nephew,,Larry Levinson.

    • David Arbeit says:


      Thanks for the wonderful words of remembrance for mom. She always told us: “Don’t mourn for me when I’m gone.” We will be honoring her request by celebrating her life instead. Her spirit remains with all of us.


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