Dance concert puts on a holiday dream

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Kicking off the winter concerts, the dance concert featured performances that relate to “The Nutcracker” but have their own twist. Dancers from grades seven to 12 incorporated styles from around the world, including those from Africa, Bollywood and the Caribbean, to display the skills they’ve learned throughout the semester Dec. 5. 

“I’ve never had a bad episode of stage fright but definitely as I have gotten older I put more pressure on myself because it’s one of the last times I’ll be able to dance on stage with these people,” Dance Ensemble president senior Maddison Flanagan said. “It makes me sad to think that I’ll be leaving soon but also excited for what the future holds for me and the other dancers.” 

(Photos by Maia Fernandez Baigun and Sammy Rosenthal)

As a junior, Kayla Rubenstein spends her third year on staff as Assistant Online Editor in Chief and Business Manager of iPatriot Post and the Patriot Post, respectively. Outside room 9114, Kayla acts as the co-historian of NHS and as a member of Quill and Scroll, EHS and SNHS. Kayla spends her free time making travel plans for the future, bugging her younger brother and binge watching Criminal Minds. Additionally, Kayla loves to read and often writes book reviews to release the mix of emotions most books give her. However, don’t ask Kayla what her favorite book is; she’ll give you an hour-long breakdown of her top reads in each genre.

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