Special Dance to Perform at Columbia High School on May 19 and May 20

The annual performance of the Special dance Company of Columbia High School is scheduled for May 19 and May 20 at 8 p.m.

The Special Dance Company of Columbia High School is comprised of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are chosen through a selective audition process. Under the direction of Kandice N. Point-Du-Jour they study modern dance technique, improvisation, choreography, and dance history.

Each year the Company is proud to give the Janet Hicks (founder 1971) Scholarship to a senior pursuing dance or a related field in the arts.

This year, the Company is celebrating 46 years!

Graduates of Columbia High School Special Dance Company have majored in dance, became dance educators, performed on cruise lines, toured with professional dance companies, and our very own Daisy Hobbs recipient of the Janet Hicks Scholarship, is now on Broadway performing in Aladdin. Azudi Onyejekwe in the Great Comet on Broadway.

Although the company’s annual performance is held in May, the company also performs throughout the year and attends various field trips and master classes. Performance credits include: NJ Performing Arts Center, Two River Theater, Essex County Metro West Dance Festival, Teen Arts Festival, National High School Dance Festival, NJ High School Dance Festival, Dance Gala for NJ and Eastern District, Pulse on Tour, and the SOMA Community.

Tickets on sale at SpecialDanceCompany.com for $10 in advance; $12 at the door.

Sat, May 20
8:00 pm — 10:00 pm
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The annual performance of the Special dance Company of Columbia High School is scheduled for May 19 and May 20 at 8 p.m.

The Special Dance Company of Columbia High School is comprised of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are chosen through a selective audition process. Under the direction of Kandice N. Point-Du-Jour they study modern dance technique, improvisation, choreography, and dance ...

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