On February 20-21, the dance concert had its first performance. The dances throughout the show were choregraphed by Ms. Kimberly Lynn Herndon, Ms. Theresa Mudd, Ms. Lora Ruttan, and Gail Benedict.
Re-staged by Theresa Mudd, “Raymonda” is a story about love.
Maxfield Haynes (10) leaps high in the air.
The dance is from Act III, where dancers performed for the wedding festival.
Circling the Square is choreographed by Kimberly Herndon.
Bryce Priddy (12) starts the performance with his guitar.
The girls continued the dance that was choreographed by Ms. Lora Ruttan.
Danielle Crowe (12) dances in Laura Ruttan’s piece, Catch.
Nakoma Ehrhart (11) poses on the ball.
Nakoma Ehrhart (11) begins the performance chroegraphed by Theresa Mudd, “Julibee.”
Mycala Baker (12) moves across the stage. The dance celebrates the spirit of struggle.
The girls continued with their dance, “Julibee.”
The dance represent what it felt like to be stuck in a repetitive struggle.
Alyssa Gordan (12) continued the dance by stretching her arms up.
Nakoma Ehrhart (11) smiles at the crowd.
Alyssa Jones (12) dances in “Can everybody feel the grove,” which was adapted by Gail Benedict from Josh Hilberman’s Cappella Josh.
Christopher Brumley (12) steps along side his fellow dance majors.
Jhana Waddell (12) finishes the performance for Gail Benedict.
Alex Gossen (12), Shannon Burgess (11), Maxfield Haynes (10) danced in their sailor suites.
Shannon Burgess (11) jumps above Alex Gossen’s (12) back.
“Wound up” was choreographed by Ms. Kimberly Lynn Herndon.
The dance represents the stress of modern life.
“Busby Berkley Meets the Big Bang” was choreographed by Gail Benedict.
“I wanted to try to imagine what the great visual firlm magician, Busby Berkeley, might have created if he had known about the Big Bang Theory.