Dance schools come together for a show
Dance schools from around the Manawatu will be showcasing their dance styles at the Regent on Broadway.
The Palmerston North Dance Association (PNDA) says Dance 2018 will bring 12 dance schools together for the 3pm, June 17 performance. Nine are from Palmerston North, two from Levin and one from Feilding.
Also performing at Dance 2018 are local dancers who received Performing Arts Competition Association of NZ (PACANZ) nominations to compete at the National Young Performer awards in Palmerston North from 19-21 October.
PNDA president Maryanne Mechan said Michelle Robinson is the Dance 2018 convenor and dance teacher representative on the committee who has been responsible for liaising with the dancers.
“This year will be our concert and next year there will be workshops.”
Maryanne added that Dance 2018 is non-competitive.
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EDEN Ruhui-Lewis and Scarlet Shaw perform.
DANCE group Anomaly from Palmerston North.
MARION Sun from Maximum Dance Studio.