Dance Innovations holds recital

Marks 24-years of dance in city

Dance Innovations held its 24th annual season finale production Saturday.

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The event was split into two shows, the youngest dancers taking to the stage at the Anne Portnuff Theatre for their part of the ‘British Invasion’ showcase in the afternoon, with the main show in the evening highlighting the older dancers.

“This past summer, as Miss Tammy trained at RAD headquarters, she was immersed in British history and Culture, which became the inspiration for this year’s show. In fact, the bobby hats were purchased at the Notting Hill market for this purpose and this year’s Tap Line was chosen after being in the audience for the spectacular production,” explained the program regarding the theme of the showcase.

As for the 24-year, Dance Innovations is proud to be part of the local performing arts community the 2019 production marks Dance Innovation’s 24th year here in the community of Yorkton.

“Dance is disguised as steps, as movements to music, as an extra-curricular activity, as extra practising, as more driving but it is so much more. It is working together as a team, it is counting on others and being accountable, it is freedom in movement that can totally change your day, it is challenging oneself and each other to strive to excellence, and it is one of the most rewarding activities for our students and our staff,” noted the program.

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