Evolve hosts spectacular concert
Evolve Performing Arts performed its three-part show on December 15-16, thrilling large audiences.
The show featured a variety of dance styles built around two famous musicals, Aladdin and
Oliver, with a hip-hop segment called Skoolz Out in between.
Each segment was supported by electronic backdrops and in the first instance some interpretation of the Aladdin story was provided.
The latter was a charming rendition of the story featuring ballet, tap, contemporary and jazz genre from beginners to advanced.
Skoolz Out featured a remarkable range of hip-hop styles, taking a day at school through lessons to lunch, detention then more lessons.
Oliver returned to the other dance genres as ballet, jazz, tap and contemporary dancers performed to the well-known and much loved musical highlights of the famous show.
Once again all age groups were represented from 5-yearolds to teenagers .
Directors of the show Amy Macdonald-Te Huki, Ashleigh Hoera and Lisa Higginson can be proud of what their proteges produced.
And concluded with lots of celebration as Oliver is reunited with Mr Brownlow.
Aladdin wins the heart of Princess Jasmine (Jasmine ManiopotoHenry).
Skoolz Out featured home economics.
The genie (Max Te Huki) and his guards offer Aladdin the golden option.