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The Starlets dance to “Painting Greys” during the Spring Dance Show on May 10. “My favorite part is just being able to hang out with everybody and have such a good time and know that everybody is really trying their best,” sophomore and Starlet Veronica Calderon said.

The Starlets dance to “Painting Greys” during the Spring Dance Show on May 10. “My favorite part is just being able to hang out with everybody and have such a good time and know that everybody is really trying their best,” sophomore and Starlet Veronica Calderon said.

Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

The Starlets dance to “Painting Greys” during the Spring Dance Show on May 10. “My favorite part is just being able to hang out with everybody and have such a good time and know that everybody is really trying their best,” sophomore and Starlet Veronica Calderon said.

Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

The Starlets dance to “Painting Greys” during the Spring Dance Show on May 10. “My favorite part is just being able to hang out with everybody and have such a good time and know that everybody is really trying their best,” sophomore and Starlet Veronica Calderon said.

Anna Wesley, Staff Reporter

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2018’s Spring Dance Show was held on May 10 and 11 in the Cynthia Berry Auditorium. The theme for the show was Free to Dance. There were a total of 33 performances. Two of these were singing solos and six of them were dance solos. There were also a few duets and trios. Some of the dances were performed only by Sparklers, such as “Centuries” and “Applause.” The songs were a mix of old and new but the performances were, as always, fresh and exciting. This was one of two seasonal dance shows in the 2017-2018 school year. The other show was the Winter Dance Show.

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