Footloose in the Holy Land

Dorothy Eisdorfer: “I think I could really inspire a lot of people to step out of their shell and change their life through dance.”

February 8, 2018 20:46



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Dorothy (“Do”) Eisdorfer met her husband, Guy, at a salsa club near Tel Aviv University in 2001. Guy, then an IDF officer, caught the eye of this lively tourist from the United States who was visiting her brother in Israel.

“I was dancing around him and he was kind of holding still. I was like a tornado – I think he didn’t know what hit him,” she recalls with a laugh. “It was definitely love at first sight.”


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