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RCHS dance program show their greatest

Azalea Gomez
Members of varsity dance pose for a picture backstage before performing.

Rancho Cucamonga High School’s dance team had their annual spring dance show, which debuted on Thursday, April 11. This year, the show’s theme was “THE GREATEST” and it was performed on three nights.

Thursday’s show started at 6:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday’s shows started at 7 p.m. Pre-sale tickets were $12 for general and $15 for VIP. At the door, it is $17 for general and $20 for VIP. 

The dance show consists of the whole dance program performing. The dance program has five different levels and all five levels perform in the show with different dances. 

The dance program had a spirit week for this show, promoting it. The spirit week was: Monday: Wear a Jersey, Tuesday: Western Wear, Wednesday: Way Back Wednesday, Thursday: Represent Rancho, and Friday: Dress to Impress. 

Many dancers were excited for the show and being able to showcase all the hard work they did with practicing and preparing a lot for the show. According to RCHS sophomore Jacob Huang, he said that Rancho dance shows are always exciting and different each time.

“We’re always changing, always experimenting,” Huang said. “So every single dance show is something new to look forward to.”

Rancho shows are so hype and the vibes are like no other. We are all family up there and that’s what sets us apart.”

— Alyssa Vasquez, senior

Most people on the dance team believe that dance has formed a new family for each of them and brings them all closer together. Senior Alyssa Vasquez believes that Rancho dance shows are truly different from other dance shows.

“Rancho shows are so hype and the vibes are like no other,” Vasquez said. “We are all family up there and that’s what sets us apart.”

There are many seniors on the dance team that this was their very last Rancho show they will be performing. There are many emotions of excitement, sadness, and bittersweetness for the Class of 2024 seniors leaving the team. 

“I’ll miss them all a ton,” Huang said. “They all brought something unique to the team and they’ll all leave an impact on us.”

Vasquez said that she loves performing at the Rancho dance shows and it was a bittersweet moment for her. Vasquez also gained a lot from being in the dance program during her 4 years on the team. 

“It’s given me an outlet to meet and collaborate with so many amazing people,” Vasquez said. “I’ve learned to express myself in so many ways and story tell through movement and dance.” 

The Rancho dance shows often bring a good vibe to the audience and everyone often has a great time, either performing it or watching it. 

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Aviesha Sibarani
Aviesha Sibarani, Staff Reporter

Aviesha Sibarani is a senior in Rancho Cucamonga High School, and this is her first year in journalism. Her favorite thing about journalism is meeting new people and learning more to get to know them better. Her favorite childhood tv show was the Backyardigans and her favorite artist is Frank Ocean. 

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