by Taylor Anaya and Isaiah Sanchez
On the evening of May 3rd, 2019, the Pueblo County dance classes instructed by Mrs. Aubrey Vialpando, held their 7th annual dance show case “Spring Dance!” This show was the biggest one PCHS has held. There were 37 dance numbers which is double of what they normally have had throughout the years. The show included, Vineland Middle School dance classes, 2 PE classes at County and TAA Performance Dance class. “It was very exciting seeing everyone come together and work together. All the classes were very patient with me and I couldn’t have had a great show without these kids” Aubrey Vialpando exclaimed.
The students in Rhythms and Dance choreographed their own dances to perform on stage. Mikayla Alfonso, Taylor Anaya, Cassidy Forrest, Jordyn Good, Emiley Hayes, Cheyenne Johnson, Lucinda Lazo, Aydin Liberato, Nicolette Martinez and Regina Razo, TAA senior dancers, hit the stage for one last performance that evening. “One thing I’ll really miss about this Performance Dance Class has to be all the memories throughout the year. We never knew what was going to be thrown at us each day. One second we are working on stuff for the showcase, the next we get told we are going to be the bands Color Guard for the Blossom Festival and only have a week to learn something!” Regina Razo said.
Another dancer, Kenzie Blasing explained, “From costume malfunctions to props going missing, it was a great first experience for me! I’m excited to be in Performance Dance next year!” It was a great performance by everyone, and we are excited to see what the next year brings us.