CR DanceXtreme’s tap number ‘Americano’ was a huge award-winner last season. Come to the ‘Sneak Peek’ on Feb. 15 to see the 2012 competition numbers!

Some hot dancers are offering a Sneak Peek

CR DanceXtreme’s Showteam performers are hard at work preparing to show the community their latest competition numbers

CR DanceXtreme’s Showteam performers are hard at work preparing to show the community their latest competition numbers at Sneak Peek Into Precision, a special preview performance at the Tidemark Theatre Wednesday, on Feb. 15 at 7 p.m.

Dance fans will want to make sure they get a seat in the theatre to see DanceXtreme’s award-winning Showteam present their competition pieces for the 2012 dance season for the first time.

There will be something for everyone, including jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, lyrical and modern stage. DanceXtreme’s Competitive Recreational dancers as well as the Boys’ Competitive Hip Hop program will also be performing their competition numbers.

The Sneak Peek will launch the the studio’s competitive dance season. 2011’s competition season was CR DanceXtreme’s most successful yet, and co-owners and artistic directors Shawna Sloan and Buddy Mynatt are equally excited about this year’s numbers.

“Our dancers have worked so hard and it shows,” Mynatt said. “Audiences are going to be impressed.”

Sloan said it’s wonderful to see the studio’s young dancers improve and progress each year.

“We are so proud of everything they have accomplished,” she said.

After the Sneak Peek, DanceXtreme’s dancers will be heading into competition at major events all over B.C., including Prince Rupert, the Lower Mainland and more.

Tickets for Sneak Peek Into Precision go on sale Feb. 1 at the Tidemark box office and are $18 for adults and $16 for students and seniors. Call 250-287-PINK or check out .www.tidemarktheatre.com

 

 

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