Katherine Mortimer/Morning Star Highland dancers Aliesha Braun (left), Leah Grieve, Quintana Westermann, Neala Hackman, Quinn Tobin, Sara Johnstone, Madeline Hackman and Ayla Lepine perform the last number of the first act.

Argyll’s Got Talent

At Argyll School, the talents of dance and acting students are showcased in The Emperor’s New Clothes

Teachers and students at Argyll School of Performing Arts and Motion take the stage at Powerhouse Theatre May 27 for The Emperor’s New Clothes, that showcased both acting and dance talents.

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Cara Brady/Morning Star Performance jazz dancers Cora McIntyre, Eve Cleland, Julia Fisher, Georgia Cooper, Maggie Wiltse, Madeline Hackman and Sasha Trickey light up the stage.

Cara Brady/Morning Star Linden McIntyre, Amelia Niedballa, Christina Patton, Isla Johnson, Zaphira Nathe and Autumn Reid put on an energetic performance to the tune, Me and My Chanter, as members of the primary Highland group.

Cara Brady/Morning Star Dance teacher Jackie Gignac leads her primary ballet students in A Spoonful of Sugar.

Cara Brady/Morning Star Dance teacher Kim Shatzko (left) performs along with her ballet students in Argyll’s end-of-year-show in both matinée and evening performances.

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