Kimberley Dance Academy year end revue

The Dance Academy performs at Key City Theatre Friday and Saturday

The Kimberley Dance Academy presents their year end showcase this weekend.

The Kimberley Dance Academy presents their year end showcase this weekend.

The Kimberley Dance Academy has been very busy the past few weeks competing at both the Cranbrook Performing Arts Festival as well as the Kimberley Dance works Competition. After two very successful weekends of Competition the dancers brought home with them a total of 51 medals:

Medal Standings:

• 2-High Gold (marks between 91-100)

• 16- Gold (marks between 85-90)

• 32- Silver (marks between 80-84)

• 1 bronze (marks between 75-79)

The following routines were also recognized for their efforts:

Performing Arts Festival:

• Outstanding Duo Dance- There is a Santa Claus- Chelsea Blake and Maggie Gilbert

• Outstanding Group Dance- Production-Sparklejollytwinklejingley

Dance works Competition:

• High score Jr Small Group- Chinese Red Lantern Dance

• High score Sr Duo/Trio- There is a Santa Claus- Maggie Gilbert and Chelsea Blake

• High score Production- Sparklejollytwinklejingley

The following dances were also selected by the adjudicator to perform at the Festival Showcase to be held at Key City Theater May 13th at 7pm:

• Show Off- Kathryn Boyd

• Waka Waka- Int Jazz Large Group

• Americano-Sr Large Tap Group

A big thank-you once again to all the parents and volunteers for their continued support of these festivals and competitions. They could not happen without you. As well , a tremendous shout out to all the dancers who represented their studio proudly. The dance academy is busy this week preparing for their 22nd Annual Production Revue- ‘Rhythms of the World’. This year’s performance starts off with a visit to the North Pole and highlights from the company production of the Broadway Musical “Elf”. Come celebrate the spectacular diversity of music and dance as they circle the globe in celebration. With set construction by Paul Kershaw and special guest performances from local artists, the show promises an evening of great entertainment and variety for all ages. Showtime 7 p.m., Friday May 3 and Saturday May 4.

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