October 26, 2020

Lights. Camera. Limitless.

LIGHTS. CAMERA. LIMITLESS.  Is all about ENTERTAINMENT!  The dancers and I had so much fun putting all of the different pieces together to make the performance all about the two amazing art forms of film and dance. From the Wizard of Oz, Titanic and Singing in the Rain to Birdbox, A Star is Born and La La Land, this show brings many genres and time periods of film to the stage.  The advanced dancers and Video Production 2 class also did a huge collaboration and made three dance documentaries that were shown throughout the performance. There are one hundred and eleven dancers performing in this production, with almost one quarter of them being seniors! Abbi Rahm, a senior who has been in Limitless since sixth grade said “Limitless means the world to me. Not only is it my favorite time of the year, but it has given me a second family. This may be my last one, but it will always hold a special place in my heart.”  We are so thankful to share our hard work and love of dance, movies and TSA with two amazing audiences on March 4 and 5.

Contributed by Alison Reny, TSA Dance Instructor

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