Don’t pass up the only performance this year of Wayland High School's own WINDOW Dance Troupe. Featuring original pieces written and performed by the 15-member troupe, it's a chance to see the extremely talented WHS student choreographers and dancers in action in the Main Stage Theater. Members of the group will choreograph and perform this year’s show, “A Beautiful Mess”, in a mixture of dance styles, including tap, ballet, jazz, and hip-hop. Tickets are available at the door for $10 for adults and $7 for students and seniors. Shows all three nights are at 7:30pm. You won't want to miss the only opportunity to see these talented dancers!
In the group photo, the dancers are: Top row (left to right)- Jessica Goodfellow, Rose Cormier, Sydney Schaefer, Nina Price, Alex Roy, Sammi Fujita, Katherine Wang, Claire Greenlaw, Rebecca Black
Middle row (left to right)- Elisa Bushee, Ariel Cormier, Emma Kandrac, Hannah Camiel
Bottom row (left to right)- Ashley McGuire, Maggie Coughlin
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