A hit at over 25 international film festivals and nominated by the IDA for the 2010 Distinguished Short of the Year Award, Keep Dancing seamlessly blends 9 decades of archival film and photographs with present day footage to tell a story through dance of the passing of time and the process of aging.
After celebrated careers, legendary dancers Marge Champion and Donald Saddler became friends while performing together in the Broadway Show Follies (2001). When the show closed, they decided to rent a private studio together where they have been choreographing and rehearsing original dances ever since. At 90 years old, they continue to pursue their passion for life through their love and mastery of dance. It is this passion that has allowed them to persevere through times filled with great joys and heartbreak. Today, Marge and Donald defy stereotypes. They are symbols of the ability to age with strength, optimism and meaning.
Two dance legends, Marge Champion and Donald Saddler, decide to rent a private studio to choreograph and rehearse dances. They are both 90 years old. KEEP DANCING seamlessly blends the past with the present to explore the process of aging and the importance of keeping your passion alive.