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 senior, Kayla Rubenstein spends her fourth (and heartbreakingly final) year on staff as Online Editor-in-Chief, Business Manager and Social Media Correspondent. Wanting to make the most of her senior year, Kayla serves as the President of Quill and Scroll, Historian of Rho Kappa and Co-Historian of NHS, while also actively participating in EHS and SNHS. Outside of school, Kayla contributes to Mensa’s publications and volunteers with different organizations within her community. An avid reader, Kayla can often be found with her nose in a book when not working on an article for The Patriot Post or developing a project for iPatriot Post.

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