United Dance To Host “A Soulful Christmas”

December 4, 2014

As the Christmas season draws near, United Dance Productions is preparing for an evening full of uplifting, joyful and spiritual dance, with  “A Soulful Christmas” to be held on Saturday December 13th at 7pm at the Ruth Seaton James Centre. The show will feature Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Pointe, and Hip Hop.

A spokesperson said, “The dancers have been preparing for the show for several months , and are ready to showcase their dedication and hard work.

“Both teachers and students have put in countless hours, with an ensemble of ballet angels dressed in white dresses trimmed in glittering gold choreographed by Shahnel Woodley, tapping elves that will be shuffling their feet and 5yr old tapping Santa’s that are very impressive, choreographed by Natasha Outerbridge.”

UDP SOULFUL CHRISTMAS

“We have a repertoire of contemporary which will come later in the show, with pieces Choreographed by Carling Ray that show such a high calibre of professionalism by kids as young as 7 yrs.

“Now Behold the lamb” and our signature Christmas piece “Testimonies” have become audience favorites choreographed by Alumni Eric Bean Jr. , and are promised to be on the line up. If you are looking for a good time, we promise to give it to you!

“This is now our third performance of “A Soulful Christmas” and for the past two years to a sold out audience. It has been so well received it is our gift to our community to continue to work hard to give a feel good, uplifting and fun performance which is good for the soul. United we dance!”

Tickets on sale brownpapertickets.com or call 541-9933.

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  1. watching says:

    UDP killed it at the Santa Claus parade with their flash mob!

    • #33 Area Voter says:

      Didn’t see them and how fair was that for the rest of the participants of the parade? Since they didn’t wanna pay to “perform”, they “crash” the parade? Yes – that’s the example we want to set.

  2. Entertained Bermudian says:

    #33 Area Voter, Kindly note the definition of a flash mob below:

    Flash Mob: A flash mob (or flashmob)[1] is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual act for a brief time, before quickly dispersing. They are often used for the purposes of entertainment, satire or artistic expression.

    I am sure United Dance Productions did not “Flash Mob” the parade with the intent of it not being “fair” to other performers.

  3. parade watcher says:

    Thanks United Dance Productions!

    My family and I were very entertained as we waited for the “real parade” and so were all of the people around us!

    We were glad you performed in front of us.

    Those that missed it, really missed the excitement of wondering what was going on. Great job on the unexpected Flash Mob!

    ps. we have purchased our tickets for the Soulful Christmas Show (-:

  4. Edward Tucker says:

    Area Voter it sounds personal! I’m sure UDP can afford the registration of the parade, you just want to fuss! It’s more exciting when no one knows when a flashmob is going down. They did nothing wrong. It’s nice to have some positive excitement. Don’t hate they’ve always been trailblazers!