LDC: Going Viral

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LDC: Going Viral

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The Lambert Dance Company comes back with another breathtaking show, featuring lively dances such as “Bad Guy” and “You need to Calm Down” as well as melodic performances such as “Iris” and “Home.” The Dance Co. performance was outstanding and entertained its audience by providing a variety of different dances, including contemporary, hip-hop, Bollywood, and tap.

 

One of the highlights of the show was choreographed by Natilie German to the song “Fire on Fire” by Sam Smith. “Fire on Fire” is a song of uninhibited love and passion and was performed flawlessly.

Another thrilling highlight was the “Desi Dhamaka” mix, choreographed by Nihkita Lalwani and Ishika Mehta. The mix contained popular songs such as “Lovely,” “Manwa Laage,” “Sun Saathiya.” and “Bezubaan.” This dance featured a lot of energy and captivated the audience with its diversity, which the Lambert Dance Company is famous for.

 

 The performance not only entertained the audience through dance but through singing and comedy as well. Tiersa Springer provided fabulous jokes, and the audience cooperated and enjoyed the humor. She was also a magnificent solo dancer, performing “Cavalier” by James Vincent McMorrow. The audience was awestruck by the amount of emotion she put into her solo dance.

The show continued with performances that were full of energy and sass, such as “Senorita,” to performances with intense emotions, such as “You are a Memory.” The show stayed true to its title of “Going Viral,” with outstanding dances filled with beautiful costumes and entertainment for its audiences throughout the whole night.