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Dance Team Performs During ‘Take the Stage’ Fundraiser


Dance Team member Aubree M. Richards, a nursing major from Mechanicsburg, "takes the stage" ...
Dance Team member Aubree M. Richards, a nursing major from Mechanicsburg, “takes the stage” …
... swirling in a beautiful blur of color
… swirling in a beautiful blur of color
Ensemble adds to the day's varied repertoire.
Ensemble adds to the day’s varied repertoire.
Dance Team alumna Kelsey A. Coppersmith returns to campus.
Dance Team alumna Kelsey A. Coppersmith returns to campus.
From left, Dance Team members Melina C. Webb, a nursing major from Troy; Chelsey R. Whitaker, of Kersey, an early childhood education student; and 2012 alumnae Brandy L. Krause (radiography) and Kelsey A. Coppersmith (physical fitness specialist) perform.
From left, Dance Team members Melina C. Webb, a nursing major from Troy; Chelsey R. Whitaker, of Kersey, an early childhood education student; and 2012 alumnae Brandy L. Krause (radiography) and Kelsey A. Coppersmith (physical fitness specialist) perform.

The Penn College Wildcat Dance Team presented its spring “Take the Stage” production at the Klump Academic Center Auditorium on Saturday, a fundraiser that included performances by guest students of the Milissa Augustine Dance Academy. Showcasing numerous styles of dance – jazz, tap, lyrical, hip-hop, street funk, modern, pointe, Broadway jazz, character, contemporary and Latin rhythms – the choreography was accompanied by a variety of  traditional, urban and contemporary musical selection. All proceeds from the production will support the Wildcat Dance Team, which is coached by Milissa M. Augustine.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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