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Tag Archives: dance
By all accounts Newsies The Musical is filled with toe tapping show stopping dancer numbers performed by high energy dancers which end in countless standing ovations night after night. Okay, maybe not quite all accounts, but it’s a pretty good … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I woke up early on Thanksgiving morning just to make sure I saw the Cast of Disney’s Newsies perform before the big Thanksgiving Day parade. Their segment featured the dance number “King of New … Continue reading
It’s the finals, you guys! The quest for the mirrorball trophy is almost over. I’m usually so stressed out by this night that I record the show and watch it later. But, since I’m writing this blog, I put my … Continue reading
Editor: Please welcome back guest author Sarah Johnson Carter for her second stab at reality TV recapping. And the Russian judge gives her a 9. This week’s assignment was to create a dance tribute to the “Most Memorable Year of … Continue reading