The Lady Hoofers 2nd annual Holiday Concert at Christ Church Neighborhood House featured new choreography, old favorites, live jazz, and vocalists. We were thrilled to welcome back Justin Sekelski on bass, James Santangelo on keys and Khary Shaheed on drums. New this year - first company dancer Deedee Mann shared her vocal talents, and the AMLA Children's Choir joined our Youth Company to present "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
Choreography by Katie Budris, Theresa DeSimone, Becky Mastin, and Kat Richter.
Photography by Bill Hebert at PhiladelphiaDance.org
Company co-founders Pamela Hetherington and Kat Richter choreographed their first joint work at the invitation of Jaye Allison, founder of the Philadelphia Tap Challenge. They premiered It Don't Mean a Thing at the PTC's Professional Showcase which also featured Jason Samuels Smith and Chloe Arnold.
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