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The advanced dance team introduces new elements that wow the audience with Skyline
Jade Wagner

Once the curtain opened and lights turned on, the audience began their journey through the city. This year the advanced dance team choreographed 30 dances to show the journey of a girl making her way through the city to become her own person. This dance show introduced our campus to new elements and a once in a lifetime performance. 

The hosts Asher Moore (left) and Gracie Domenghini (right), guide the audience to their next step. (JADE WAGNER)

he hosts of the show were senior and junior Asher Moore and Gracie Domenghini who guided the audience through the city to see Gracie follow her dreams to get an acting job in the city. “It was really fun to act out this character to paint the picture of the theme for the show,” Domemghini said. The dance had an interactive moment with the host where they became a party of some of the dances.

Senior and four year advance dancer Peyon Bedrosian says they have been working on the dances since late november. “Its rewarding to see dances you choreographed be performed but you’re also a little nervous with the pressure of making it look good,” Bedrosian said.

The show had a lot of

Peyton Bedrosian and Jennifer Bedrosian sharing one last dance on stage (JADE WAGNER)

heartfelt moments, one of them being the dance “Maybe Vienna?”, choreographed by Georgia Domenghini. There is a scene at the end of the show where sisters Gracie and Georgia Domenghini share a hug.

 Since Bedrosian is a senior and like other senior dancers, this was her last high school dance show but it was a little more emotional than the rest. Her mom, Jennifer Bedrosian, is the dance and advance dance teacher and the two had one final

moment together on stage where they danced a personal dance about “letting go”. “It’s very emotional, I’ve seen her grow and I’ve been by her side forever but shes going off to accomplish great things,” Bedrosian.

Rosas Martinez (in red) flowing her skirt traditional mexican dress in the ballet folklorico number. (Elijah Mayo)

The dance show was full of complex and very different dances. Never seen before though was the Mexican style dance ballet folklorico which was introduced and choreographed by junior Naomi Velasco. “I think diversity is important and with half the school being hispanic, I think it’s important to represent them.”. The dancers in that number all wore traditional clothing such as folklorico style skirts and a charro hat worn by Geovani Rendon, the only guy in the number.


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Michelle Rosas, Carmesi Co-Director

Senior Michelle Rosas is in her third year of Crimson. She is taking on her first year as a Video/Carmesi director. She hopes to continue to shine a light on important and pressing issues and students' voices, as her last year in this program comes to an end. Before departing from this program, she hopes to inspire other students from different cultures to bring their culture to the program. Outside of school, she enjoys reading, drawing, going on long walks while listening to music, and being outside in nature.

Elijah Mayo, Director in Photographer & Enviromental Editor

Elijah Mayo is a senior and the Environmental Editor, and Director in Photography and is in his first year of Journalism. He finds passion in writing, music, and art.

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