Little dancers hit the stage with record crowd numbers
LA Crème Dance Academy filled the Nanango State High School with record audience numbers for their rendition of The Lion King.
With more than 1500 audience members attending the dance concerts on Friday and Saturday night, November 30 and December 1, co-director Bec Stone was more than pleased with the result.
"We are overwhelmed with the support we have received, and we are so proud of all of our dancers. They performed such an enjoyable and entertaining performance over the two nights,” she said.
Co-director Ashleigh Mangan was also very proud of the students' energy.
"The dancers' dedication saw them shine on stage,” she said.
Next year, La Crème's Kingaroy studio will be expanding to cater for high school aged students, as well as adding tap classes and further exam and performance opportunities to what they already have to offer.
In 2019, La Crème will be also offering the South Burnett's first aerial class, teaching acrobatics class performed on silks and hoops mid-air.
La Crème directors inform that after the successful concert, there is already a very high demand for classes.
Dance mum Melissia Slatter understands why enrolments are already being booked for next year.
"This is a testament to the service they offer, people are already very excited for 2019,” she said.