Come Dancing Through the Decades at the Atomic Ballroom Student Showcase

//Come Dancing Through the Decades at the Atomic Ballroom Student Showcase

This Saturday, September 28th, it’s time to dance, applaud, and cheer on your friends and family at our annual Atomic Ballroom Student Showcase! We had such a successful run last year and we greatly anticipate another exciting event full of surprise routines, humor and talent. It’s going to be bigger and better than ever before – and you have 2 chances to see it. So come support your favorite teachers, your friends and your dance family!

This years theme, “Dancing Through the Decades“ is going to be a professional production in a grand theater with fancy costumes celebrating the history of dance – from Charleston to Hustle and everything in between. Don’t miss this chance to celebrate and support the hard work and long hours of practice your friends put into these routines – as well as for having the gumption to get on stage and perform in front of a live audience!

To all the competitors: Have a Great Night and Kill it!

2 Chances to See the Student Showcase – Saturday, September 28, 2013

The Curtis Theatre in Brea – map & directions

Matinee Show – 2 pm ($25)

Evening Show – 7 pm ($35)

*Pick up your tickets at Atomic Ballroom until September 27th…or get them at the theater door!

Catch the “Lights, Camera, Action” Extravaganza from last year…

If you’ve never been to one of our student showcases, check out all the fun we had during our successful event at The Curtis Theatre last year!

Support your Friends & Family – Don’t Miss out on the Fun!

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Shani Brown discovered swing dancing in the late 90s as she eased out of gymnastics into a new physical activity. When she moved to Orange County in 2000, she discovered a whole new world of Balboa and Lindyhop - and she's been obsessed ever since! When she's not hitchhiking to dance events across the country, she's probably got her nose in a book...And when she's not dancing, she's probably talking about dancing or watching dancing and being a typical dance-geek.