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Wildcat Dance Team Unveils Spring Production


The Wildcat Dance Team dazzles beneath the Penn College seal in a Broadway jazz number set to "Express."
The Wildcat Dance Team dazzles beneath the Penn College seal in a Broadway jazz number set to “Express.”
Swirling and whirling through a solo turn to Andra Day's "Rise Up" is Amber R. Fleming, a legal assistant/paralegal studies major from Williamsport.
Swirling and whirling through a solo turn to Andra Day’s “Rise Up” is Amber R. Fleming, a legal assistant/paralegal studies major from Williamsport.
Kaitlyn E. Miller (foreground), of Montgomery, an applied health studies: radiography concentration student, shimmers with her teammates under the lights.
Kaitlyn E. Miller (foreground), of Montgomery, an applied health studies: radiography concentration student, shimmers with her teammates under the lights.
Rachel E. Winand, Zoey J. Graybill, Katelyn N. Neece and Amy L. Lautsbaugh take the stage for an ensemble piece accompanied by Christina Aguilera's "I Am a Good Girl."
Rachel E. Winand, Zoey J. Graybill, Katelyn N. Neece and Amy L. Lautsbaugh take the stage for an ensemble piece accompanied by Christina Aguilera’s “I Am a Good Girl.”
Leaping and bounding, the dance team entertains the ACC audience.
Leaping and bounding, the dance team entertains the ACC audience.

Penn College’s Wildcat Dance Team held its spring “Take the Stage” fundraiser Saturday afternoon in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium, the first of two performances within the week. Team members showcased numerous styles of dance throughout the production, including jazz, lyrical, hip-hop, street funk, modern, Broadway jazz, character, cheer, commercial jazz, baton and contemporary. The musical selections that accompanied the choreography represented a variety of  traditional, urban, and contemporary. All proceeds from the show will support the Wildcat Dance Team in achieving its fundraising goals. The production, “certain to bring joy to dance enthusiasts of all ages,” will be reprised for students, staff and faculty only in a free performance at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Doors to the auditorium will open at 7:30 that evening.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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