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Pierce College spring concert “Montage” to have 100 dancers

The Dance and Theatre Arts Department is having a spring concert that will be taking place at the Pierce College theater tent located by the entrance off of Mason Avenue and Victory Boulevard.

The show will take place May 30 and 31 at 8 p.m. and June 1 at 2 p.m. with the cost of  $10 for admission to the show.

Artistic Director Denise Gibson said she is excited for their upcoming show called “Montage.” She is proud of her students along with their hard work that has led them through this entire semester.

Rehearsing for 14 short montage stories, Gibson is estimating about 100 dancers for their show which will run about an hour and 45 minutes including the intermission.

“It’s fun to see them succeed,” Gibson said.

Even though they have had to deal with a few setbacks in their production, Gibson and her students have stepped up and been able to collaborate together.

For reservations please contact 818-610-6598 or to buy tickets online go to www.brownpapertickets.com.

Kitty Rodriguez
Staff Reporter - Spring 2014 Features Editor - Fall 2014

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