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Lambert Dance Company gives a timeless performance

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"My favorite part of the show is Opener/Closer and we’re all onstage together and there’s just so much energy. I get the unity and just feeling like a family,” says senior Sydnie Glogoswki

Emma North

Emma North

"My favorite part of the show is Opener/Closer and we’re all onstage together and there’s just so much energy. I get the unity and just feeling like a family,” says senior Sydnie Glogoswki

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The Lambert Dance Company returns with another spectacular show, featuring energetic dances such as “Am I Not Good Enough?” and softer performances such as “Lost Grace.” The theme of the show, Millennium, is shown through the use of iconic 80’s, 90’s, and 00’s music, including “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Don’t Stop the Music,” and “I Will Always Love You.” The show includes various styles of dance, ranging from lively tap to more dramatic lyric pieces.

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Sydnie Glogowski, Brittany Grigorian, Kylie Middleton, and Megan Werner perform in a fun tap dance to the song “Cups.”

One of the highlights of the show was choreographed by Senior Sydnie Glogowski to the song “Body Love” by Miranda Lambert. The emotional song speaks about the pressure of girls to achieve a certain body type, and the choreography follows suit. “I think a major issue of our generation is just the issue with girls, and with guys too, is living up with what society wants us to be, but really you just need to be yourself and not try to fit into other people’s shoes,” Glogowski says.

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The Dance Company performs to the emotional song “Body Love” to portray the issues today’s society has with body image.

Another emotional highlight was towards the end of the show, Junior Adithi Reddy gave a speech dedicated to Eliza Farrell, who passed away this last summer. Afterwards, the Dance Company performed to Reddy singing “You Are My Sunshine” in an emotional performance.

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Gaby Huang falls into the arms of other dancers in the performance “Lost Grace,” choreographed by Grace Anderson.

The dancers involved in the company are able to perform such remarkable songs with the help of their fellow students. “It’s really cool because at the beginning of the year when you audition and stuff, you don’t really know anyone and you’re talking to them and you kind of get to know them and you’re like ‘this is kind of awkward,’ but by the show, it’s like a family…. and we’re all friends with each other and that’s really cool because we’re all very different people from really diverse parts of the school,” Freshman Margaret Payne says. Through their teamwork and dedication, the Lambert Dance Company was able to showcase a show that marks the millennium.

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Dancers jump in the dance “Every Step Of The Way,” performed to the classic “I Will Always Love You.”

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