|Before the show, one last
warmup at the barre's
||Joe Von Enk, who is a
professional graphic artist, has been our official videographer for
|...made the official seating
chart using a computer spreadsheet.
||Jill and Marie Korfhage with
info material and a DVD display.
|Bob McAlindon helping at the
food and beverage table.
||Little ones awaiting their
|Kaylee Baker and instructor
Kenya Woods Cooper on the right.
||Peering out of the dressing
|My mom on the left with an
old friend who makes fantastic cakes.
||Last minute costume
|Think about something good to
eat and smile.
||Scene from the "Friends and
|More from "Friends and Enemies".||Backstage, with Alison,
Mac and dancers.
|Action fills the stage in "Friends and Enemies".||That is our receptionist
Nicole Roberts on the right.
|View form the wings.
||Little ones in "Friends and Enemies".|
||"Dance Danube" all set to go
|"Dance Danube" on stage.
||More "Dance Danube."
|Kenya's modern number, "The
||More from "The Race".|
|Excitment and tension in the
||"Dance For Six" from Handel
||Mac getting ready to go
|All made up for opening night.
||Getting ready for more action.
|Ana Lobe with Joanne before the third act.||"Napoli" as seen from the wings.|
|"Napoli" on stage.
||"Napoli" on stage.
|"Napoli" on stage.||Joannes father, Louis Urias
Hughes made the long wooden benches just a few years before he passed
|More "Napoli"||Action packed "Napoli."|
|Finale of the "Pas de Six."||Nearing the Napoli finale.|
|The finale for this piece is an amazing seven minutes long.||Opening Night bow.|
|More Bows.||Clapping for the audience.|
|Here comes Mrs. Morscher.||Joanne with Ana Lobe and Kenya Woods Cooper.|
|How can the girls dance so beautifully and leave behind such a mess in the dressing rooms?.||
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