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Jan 5, 2018 |

Dance Showcase – Friday, January 12

Purchase Tickets: Join us in celebrating all of the wonderful work our students have been creating in their dance classes this semester. Our Dance Showcase will feature all of the middle school and high school dance classes, including our two AAH Tap classes.

When: Friday, January 12, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.

Where: Lincoln HS Auditorium – 1600 SW Salmon, Portland, OR 97205

Call Time: Students who are performing will stay on campus after school.

NOTE: Please provide a sack dinner for your student on this day. Students will stay after school and make their way to Fuller Hall where they will eat their sack dinner and change into costume. They will then be chaperoned with all their belongings to Lincoln where they will have a final dress rehearsal.

High school dancers:

Students will need to bring a sack dinner that day. Straight after school they will make their way to Lincoln where they will eat and change into costume. There will then be a final dress rehearsal.

There will be no AAH class for dancers that day.

The performance starts at 7.30pm and will be finished around 9.30pm. Students should plan to be picked up with all their belongings from Lincoln.


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