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Our 2020 Dance Showcase lit up the Bryan Jones Theatre and featured 30 dance performances, most of which were choreographed by students.

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  • 65

    dancers involved throughout the performance
  • 26

    student-choreographed dances
  • 30

    dances across a variety of genres
  • 5

    dance groups represented 
    (LCS Dance Company, Curricular Dancers, "Campus Kids", Boyz Club, Rec Dance Club)
  • 4

    student dance captains
  • 5

    lighting, tech and stage crew students
"Dance, like all of the arts, can entertain, tell stories, express emotions, encourage reflection and offer different perspectives."  -Libby Dalrymple, LCS Dance Company Coach

This is Now

"The title of the show always comes from the students. This year, it reflects that students are the hope for the future and will fight for diversity and inclusivity." -Rachel Bemrose, LCS Dance Company Coach

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  • 74

    dancers involved throughout the performance
  • 3

    programs represented
    (LCS Dance Company, recreational dance and curricular classes)
  • 9+

    dance styles represented
    (including contemporary, lyrical, jazz, acro (including aerial hoop), silks and cyr wheel, hip hop, ballet (pointe), musical theatre, cultural)
  • 25

    student-choreographed dances
  • 120+

  • 3

    students running all the lights and sounds

"Time's Up." Dance Showcase 2018

Time's Up.

Dance can also reflect aspects of society and raise awareness about important social issues.  This year's Dance Showcase featured a repertoire of 23 dances of various genres. There were three particularly poignant pieces: Elephants, Growing Up in a Girl's Perspective and This Bitter Earth, choreographed by Sierra Gibb ’20 and Madison Sheward ’18, which explored the issues of domestic violence and sexual harassment.  

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  • 18

    student choreographed dances
  • 21

    student dancers
  • 30+

    guest appearances
In the weeks leading up to the show, the "Time's Up." theme gathered interest and momentum. Dance captains Anna Natsu ’18 and Tsubasa Yamawaki ’18, engaged by the theme and eager to use the techniques they learned in art class, spent many hours silk screening "Time's Up" t-shirts for the dancers and technical crew to wear as costumes for the finale. It was inspiring to watch our students turn their passion and compassion into action and, in so doing, raised awareness and sparked important conversations about a critical issue.

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