Dance is something that anyone can do, whether or not they think can. It’s a form of expression and art, you don’t always have to be perfect and even coordinated. If there is a feeling of euphoria and excitement, then there is nothing wrong.
The LBCC Dance Club performed their Spring show “Inspirations” at the Russell Tripp Performance Center this past weekend. It showcased students and faculty in a variety of dance styles. Directed by dance instructor Katherine Sanders, with special guests the East Dream Chinese Dance Group and Downtown Dance.
“Dance like no one is watching” is a motto that many people try to stick to when it comes to performing in front of an audience. Add a few judges and some butterflies in your stomach, and it can be hard to think like that.
Alex Porter|Contributing Writer
How many people do you think like to dance? A couple maybe, thousands, millions?
Adam LaMascus, Opinion Editor
Over the weekend, five people were arrested at the Jefferson Memorial for “expressive dancing.”
Last Saturday, Jan. 15, the Dance Club had auditions for the 2011 spring performance. There was a fairly good turnout despite only being the second year the club has been active on the LBCC campus.