Big finish for Dance Workshop season
The Dance Workshop wrapped up their season at the Montbleu showroom June 18, where 150 dancers age 2-70 from the Carson Valley and beyond performed for more than 800 guests.
The ages varied as much as the dance styles. Tap, jazz, ballet, hip-hop, ballroom, contemporary, lyrical and musical theater were all on display.
This show was a tribute to the best music from our favorite movies and had the crowd singing along at almost every point.
Highlights from the show included four large production pieces and guest star Record-Courier Publisher Pat Bridges.
Bridges and his ballroom partner, Julie McCain, assistant ballroom teacher for Dance Workshop, performed their foxtrot from the “Gotta Dance” fundraiser.
Montbleu’s professional showroom crew provided lighting and sound.
It made the night special for dancers and attendees alike. Dance Workshop Competition Team sold popcorn and candy to solidify the night’s movie theme.
The Dance Workshop, located in Minden, has a year-round program that offers multi-level instruction to students of all ages. They perform in a variety of events throughout the year that include The Reno Bighorns games, parades, in-studio holiday performances and recitals.
They also donate their studio and instructors time to the Suicide Prevention Fundraiser “Gotta Dance.”
The Dance Workshop is owned by Ann and Craig Peters.