The Julie Stevens School of Dance presents ‘Boogie Shoes’ at the Embassy Theatre Skegness
An exquisite evening of entertainment was put on at the Embassy Theatre by singers and dancers from the Skegness based Julie Stevens School of Dance.
There was something for everyone including ballet, urban dance, 1920s Charleston, Spanish Flamenco, singing and even scenes from the Wizard of Oz.
The audience was delighted by performances from the juniors some of which were as young as five years old, and mesmorised by the polished routines of the senior members of the dance school.
If you’re holidaying in Skegness, watch out for the next Julie Stevens presentation, it’s one of the best shows in town – certainly not to be missed!
Ballet dance at the Julie Stvens Boogie Shoes show, Embassy Theatre Skegness
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Video 1 – The show opened with a medley excellently delivered by the junior dancers.
The audience was delighted when the youngest members of the Julie Stevens Dance School gave a performance of Michael Jackson’s Rockin’ Robin. The dancers in this sequence were as young as five years old.
Video 2 – ‘Stairway to Paradise’ beautifully sung by one of the senior girls at the Julie Stevens School of Music and Dance.
Video 3 – The ballet performance by the senior students to the music ‘Let the Children’ was breathtaking.
The soft, flowing movement was very polished.
Video 4 – Sensual dancing by the senior girls to the music ‘Fever’, which was a hit for Elvis Presley.
Video 5 – Miss Stevens demonstrated her experience by this arrangement Charleston dancing to the song ‘Girls Girls Girls’. The stances, the arm movements echoed the 1920s style.
Video 6 – A Spanish flavour dance to the March of the Toreadors, with flamenco and castanettes.
Video 7 – A beautiful arrangement of the song Power of Love sang by one of the senior girls at Miss Stevens’ school.
Video 8 – A tap dance routine.
Video 9 – Spring, Spring, Spring, performed by the junior members of the Julie Stevens Dance Troop.