Bridget Dawn's Dance students perform
Bridget Dawn’s Studio of Performing Arts dance students will perform Saturday at the Ligonier Valley Town Hall. The performers are (front) Katie Andrews; first row (from left) Audrey Monsour, Miranda Palmer, Jesse Kostley, Megan Betz and Maddy Beatty; second row, Brianna Bridge, Catherine Clements, Lauren Monsour and Autumn Kostley.
Bridget Dawn's Studio of Performing Arts dancers will perform the annual recital 1 p.m. Saturday at the Ligonier Town Hall Auditorium. The 6:30 p.m. performance is sold out. Tickets are $12 per adult and $7 per student.
They will be available in the auditorium lobby at noon Saturday.
The 10th anniversary show includes jazz, tap, lyrical, ballet, pointe, hip hop, pom pom, musical theater and vocal performances.
Students performing for the first-year trophies are Georgia Barbera, Carissa Bateman, Emma Betz, Natalie Bizup, Rebecca Caldwell, Ceana Culley, Margarita Douglas, Michelle Douglas, Kendall Hegan, Avery Luther, Ellie Mears, Stepheny Myers, Anna Navarre, Bailey O' Brien, Julia Payne, Gracie Rhoades, Haleigh Sabella, Courtney Schrock, Morgan Smith, Katelyn Snyder, Susannah Stoll, MacKenzie Thompson, Aubrey Tinkey, Marissa Tunstall, Kate Wallisch, Alexis Weinman and Clara Weinman.
Second-year performers are Alyssa Anderson, Madison Beatty, Ali Cisson, Marnie Golden, Samera Johnson, Jacquelyn Kisic, Sara Package, Kaitlin Plude, Alexis Smail, Mikayla Smitley and Melania Szep. Third-year students are Brynne Barr, Lyla Barr, Kya Hegan, Jesse Kostley, Alexandra Monticue, Lindsay McClelland, Miranda Palmer, Sarah Ross and Kaitlynn Spangler.
Fourth-year are Kelsey Black, Katie Andrews, Megan Betz, Mia Corridoni, Abigail Horner, Ella Pierce, Emily Resslar, Emily Shively, Laken Sowers and Alexis Spangler. Fifth-year are Taylor Allison, Emmie Horner, Audrey Monsour and Emily Bleehash. Sixth-year are Miles Higgins, Faith McDowell, Marian Siemering, Madeline Smith, Maggie Woodward and Erika Stouffer.
Seventh-year: Catherine Clements, Breana Deemer, Robbie Higgins, Ana Jablunovsky, Abigail Pierce, Madison Pierce, Sydney Sowers and Bailey Valentine. Eighth-year: Mckenna Martinosky, Mallory Miller and Merril Kate Neiderhiser. Ninth-year: Mikayla Baker, Brooke Ritenour, Brianna Bridge, Nina Christopher, Carrie Ellis, Autumn Kostley, Lauren Monsour and Paige Oswald.
Tenth-year: Christopher Monsour, Sarah Ragan and Emma Ryan. Eleventh-year: Brittany Finger and Rachel Howard; thirteenth year is Phoebe Gilmore and fourteenth year, Rob Burkholder.
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