Created and directed by Columbia’s own, Maestra Suzanna Pavlovsky, We Could Have Danced All Night offers an interdisciplinary concept that transforms and delights audiences with a unique celebration of Music! Dance! and Media! in an intimate setting that promises to ignite the senses of the art and music lover in each of us. The production will showcase local musicians and live composers and arrangers such as Dick Goodwin, Manuel Alvarez, Bert Ligon, and Richard Maltz, singers Janet Hopkins and Walter Hemingway, as well as some of the finest dancers from Columbia’s ballroom studios.