Dancers turned up the heat for “Winter Dance”

Photos by Lucas Spenser

The 2013 Winter Dance production featured Palomar students performing a variety of dance styles including hip hop, jazz and modern.

The show took place in the Howard Brubeck Theatre at Palomar College’s San Marcos campus Nov. 22 and 23. Palomar Dance Professor Patriceann Mead directed the two-night event.

Friday night’s performance featured 24 dances all performed by Palomar students. Some of the students also choreographed the dances themselves as part of their class requirement.

The routines ranged in emotion from upbeat to sad, sensual to silly. Dancers shimmied and body rolled their way through numbers such as, “Just For Tonight” and “Smash.”

Alumnus Michael Reid choreographed two of the dances that incorporated the entire cast, including himself. Reid and the rest of the dance ensemble powered through the two hour-long show.

Dancer Krystal King seemed to have adoring fans as the audience was constantly throwing cheers her way.

The cast closed the show with “Love Somebody”, choreographed by Alumnus Paul Stine.

Author: Zandalee Arciniega

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