October 04, 2006

40 Days and 1001 Nights

October 4, 2007
         With much sadness, I say goodbye to the many adventures and eye opening experiences I have had in the Islamic world, Indonesia, Egypt, Zanzibar, Jordan, and the Xinjiang Autonomous Region of China. I will relive them again and again while compiling my stories into the book, "40 Days and 1001 nights, A Woman's Dance Through the Islamic World", scheduled release date April 8, 2007.
  I hope to share this beautiful slice of the great big world through my
Film: "40 Days and 1001 Nights, The Islamic World Through the Eyes of a Dancer", premiers January 13, 2007 at the Miami Beach Cinematheque),
Performance: The theatre show, "40 Days and 1001 Nights, Dancing across the Lines", inspired by music of my travels will take place January 21, at the Colony Theatre in Miami Beach, and via
Music: The cd, "40 Days and 1001 Nights, Bellydance Music for Tamalyn Dallal" is out and available through all the major bellydance suppliers plus the Mid Eastern Dance Exchange in Miami Beach.  
        At least my re-introduction into my old life was fun- sharing a wonderful Chinese dinner with a handsome Polish photographer in the Chinese border town of Shenzhen. The following day, I shopped for silks, had my hair done, and drank capucchino in a chi chi setting. Shenzhen isn't Hong Kong, but the hyper modern architecture and dazzling lights make me feel that the world is celebrating the impending debut of "40 Days and 1001 Nights"

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