Nelson studios bring movement extravaganza

L.V. Rogers and Allegro Theatre to take to the stage for annual spring performance Movement

Allegro Dance Theatre and L.V. Rogers are teaming up for a dance showcase.

It’s that time of year again time for the L.V. Rogers dance program and Allegro Theatre to take to the stage for their annual spring performance Movement at 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. today.

This show features more than 100 dancers from both studios who have been hard at work preparing for this showcase of dynamic, energetic and unique choreography. This family friendly show has pieces that will appeal to every audience member.

The dancers pictured here on the Hall St. corridor and on Nelson’s social steps include Andriana Bergman, Ronja Fastner, Svea Gerlach, Lily Huttemann, Ava Koltgen, Victoria Lawrence-Jeffrey, Dierdra McCrory, Teagan McTague, Shaylei Riley, Emma Weiland, Tessa Timmermans, and Ella and Eve Maslak.

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