The Sandra Lee Studio of Dance is excited to present their 34th annual dance production, and Sandy Martinkus of the studio says they’ve got quite the show planned.
“We have a really exciting program. It’s about how music affects our physical movements and emotions and takes us back to special times in our life and different generations. We’ve got an exciting big band number, a humorous musical theater production loosely based on Alice in Wonderland, we’ve got tiny tots that are into country-western dancing and nursery rhyme blues, and petite ballerinas, and beautiful lyrical dancers, enthusiastic dancers of today, and an all-boys dance group on the Beach Boys’ 409 Impala,” said Martinkus.
This year’s production is “Music is the Movement.” Martinkus says the production features a wide range of ages, and its also a special occasion.
“It’s going to be exciting! We’ve got dancers from three years old through adult, and two of my dancers are celebrating their 20th anniversary with the studio,” said Martinkus.
The production will feature dancers from Starke, Marshall, and Pulaski counties, with a ticket cost of $5. The production will take place tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. and on Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Knox High School Auditorium. Martinkus says the two performances will include different numbers, and she encourages everyone in the community to support our local dancers and be entertained by their exciting live performances.
Tickets can be purchased at the door or at the studio, located at 14 N. Shield St. in Knox.