More than 100 dance students at Glen Burnie High School will take to the school stage at 7 p.m. today in a program that ranges nTC
from ballet, tap and jazz to '50s and Caribbean dance styles.
The dancers are under the direction of teacher Diane Rosso.
Highlights will include solo performances by five of Rosso's senior students: Kristen King, Wendy Robinson, Amber Hughes, Brianne Burkhead and Christine DeGuzman.
A group of school sports stars will perform two dances, "Cool" from "West Side Story" and a perennial audience favorite, Rosso's "Dances for the Athlete."
Glen Burnie High's dance program, the largest in the state, is getting even larger, says Rosso.
"Next year we'll have 10 sections of dance, including two sections of 'Dance for the Athlete,' " she said.
Admission is $4 at the door. Children age 10 and younger are admitted free. Information: 410-761-8950.
Pub Date: 5/07/97