Friday, May 22, 2009
The annual two-day Dance Concert winds up tonight after opening night performances Thursday.
Every year, Logan holds a showcase where dancers of the Intermediate and Advanced dance classes have an opportunity to present various dance numbers. Dance styles include Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Lyrical. The dancers have been working hard to create the various pieces all semester, and have experienced some straining rehearsal practices this week. All are anticipated to perform tonight and tomarrow night.
Junior Intermediate Dancer, Tori Laurin, said "I am not too nervous. I have all this adrenaline, so its making me excited to dance more than anything! I'm kind of worried for others those. Cause some groups don't look quite clean as others."
Senior Intermediate Dancer, Maria Sainz agrees, "Some of the Advanced Dancers look a lot better than the Intermediate Class. But I think its just because some of them dance competitvly outside of school, so during the concert, their skills are going to really shine."
Senior Advanced Dancer/Choreographer, Alyssa Frazier said, "As a whole, in my four years of performing, this is the most talented both classes have been. So I think its going to be a good show. I see more dedication with everyone in both classes, everyone is just having fun, and you can see that in the performances."
The show has 26 pieces combined by both classes. Come watch these talented dancers tonight and tomarrow night, starting at 7:30pm. Doors open at 7. Tickets are sold at the door for $6/$8