Life is Magic! Dance Performance

LIFE! debuts this weekend in the Glenn Performance Arts Center!
The John Cooper School is set to host its annual LIFE! Dance Performance this weekend, promising a show of captivating choreography and artistic expression. This eagerly anticipated event will take place on May 10th, 11th, 12th at the Glenn Performing Arts Center on The John Cooper School’s campus.

The talented cast of more than eighty dancers, compromising of Middle and Upper school students from The John Cooper School’s acclaimed performing arts program, has been tirelessly rehearsing under the guidance of Elizabeth DeMonico, Head of the Dance Department and Artistic Director, to bring LIFE! to fruition.
Past themes of LIFE! include SteampunkIt’s A Small WorldA Moment in Time, and many more. This year, magic and wonder takes the spotlight with a theme of Life is Magic. Prepare to witness a miraculous combination of traditional ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, aerial silk, lyra talents, and illusions on the main stage!

“As the Artistic Director of The John Cooper School’s annual LIFE! production, nothing fills my heart with more pride than witnessing the dedication, passion, and growth of my dance students. I am beyond excited to see them shine in this upcoming performance, showcasing not only their technical skills but also the depth of emotion and artistry they bring to each movement,” said Head of Dance Department Elizabeth DeMonico.

Tickets for the LIFE! Dance Performance are available to purchase online at Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the magic of dance with The John Cooper School community.

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The John Cooper School is an independent, non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory day school. Our mission is to provide a challenging education in a caring environment to a diverse group of select students, enabling them to become critical and creative thinkers, effective communicators, responsible citizens and leaders, and lifelong learners.

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