Get set to put on a show and ADance

The Riverine Herald - - FRONT PAGE - By Kim­ber­ley Price

RIVADANCE Stu­dio’s one-off per­for­mance is set to wow its au­di­ence this Satur­day.

With the theme of tril­ogy, the three-part dance rou­tine cov­ers ‘When I Grow Up’, a trib­ute to movie mu­si­cals and a fi­nale to the theme of Cir­cus.

The 75 stu­dents will per­form in all the styles RivADance Stu­dio of­fers — from tap, jazz, the­atri­cal and clas­si­cal bal­let you will be daz­zled by what the dancers have been work­ing hard to pro­duce.

Prin­ci­pal Col­lette May said she was thrilled to be putting on the won­der­ful show.

‘‘The stu­dents have been work­ing hard all year on this con­cert,’’ Col­lette said.

‘‘Classes start in Fe­bru­ary and we do ex­ams and com­peti- tions in Bendigo, Mel­bourne and Ararat through­out the year.

‘‘The stu­dents are aged from three to 15 so there is a huge va­ri­ety in each per­for­mance.

‘‘Ev­ery­one is ab­so­lutely ec­static about the show.’’

The RivADance Stu­dio will per­form its con­cert at the Para­mount on Satur­day at 4pm.

Tick­ets are avail­able from the Para­mount.

PRE­PARED: RivADance will hold its end of year con­cert on Satur­day.

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