Jazz, ballet, tap, Middle-Eastern, Polynesian and musical theater numbers are just a few of the varieties of dance patrons can expect to see when they attend Miss Sandie’s 36th annual dance recital this weekend.
Miss Sandie’s students start as young as three and range up through middle and high school ages and even includes a number of adults. Dancers from Starke, Marshall and Pulaski Counties attend classes at Sandra Lee’s Studio of Dance in Knox and have been rehearsing for this recital since September. The theme for this year’s show is “What the World Needs Now…” Miss Sandie says it is a nice counterpoint to the events in the news.
“The reason we chose “What the World Needs Now…” is because there is so much in the world today and we wanted to be a positive presence expressing our emotions in dance and we all need to be uplifted,” said Miss Sandie.
The Saturday, June 14th show starts at 6:30 p.m., and the Sunday, June 15th show will commence at 2 p.m. in the Knox High School auditorium. Tickets are available at the door for $6.