As the year wraps up, most of the preforming arts are putting on their last performances. Allison Hammond’s dance classes showcased their final routines of the 2011-12 school year on May 10 and 11.
Students choreographed all the dances with some solo performances by seniors. “We all worked really hard and it was a great show,” senior Melissa Urban said.
There were a variety of different dance styles preformed. “Look Out Weekend” choreographed by Julio Blandon and Oscar Dominguez and preformed by Angel Shah, Chelsea Chan, Malachi Williams, Julio Blandon, and Oscar Dominguez showcased popping and b-boying.
Senior, Winnie Pi choreographed a hip-hop number for “Change” that was preformed by Winnie Pi, Yumi Song and Chokyi.
“ Middle Eastern Fusion,” an Arabic dance was preformed and choreographed by Tina Saadi and Baian Hamilton.
Among the crowd favorites was Malachi Williams, who caught the audience attention by doing a lot of flips.
“The dance show was awesome. There was a lot of variety. It was really hard preparation actually; you should have seen some of the stuff that happened backstage. But overall it was a great experience like it is every year,” Williams explains.