Dance Progressions project a success
May 29, 2002
Dance Progressions recently held its yearly production, “Talent 2002-A Year to Remember,” and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank the dozens of individuals who worked so hard to make this project a success. From Brad Moore at the District Theater to the parents who volunteered selling tickets, ushering, and helping out backstage with makeup, etc., the dancers and students thank you for all of your work. Lighting designer, Lauren Wilder, and stage manager, Seymour Rudecoff, were absolutely the best and made the hours fly by. Dance Progressions believes in having our students participate in a professionally run production, complete with fully-staged choreography, costumes, make-up, professional lighting and sound and held in a beautiful theater. We believe that this will help the dancers understand and more fully appreciate the dedication and spirit of the professional, working dancer. We also want to honor the students after nine months of training in the studio by presenting them in a full-scale production.
We’d also like to thank the Zajac family for recognizing our goals in their recent letter to the editor. We understand what it can be like to grow up in a small town and have heard the cries of many who say, “There’s nothing to do here.” By lighting a fire and fueling the passions of so many young dancers we are grateful for the opportunity to be able to work with your sons and daughters throughout this valley. Our dance program continues to grow with ever-increasing enthusiasm and we will continue to work with your children and share our love of dance. We’d just like to say “Thank You” one more time for recognizing Dance Progressions and for all our your support.