(“Shanna Henderson 06 14 2007 iii” by Ct. Uphoff. All rights reserved.)

Shanna Henderson was performing the Tarantella as a Student Director for the year.

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  1. Dr. Joseph Uphoff says:

    These expressive photographs represent my favorite mode for working the with rapid movement of dance. This one is from the Studio Dance and Art Center annual concert. This dance studio is now called The Studio at Pikes Peak. Patricia Boles has retired and the studio is now run by Nicole Berry. It is located on Beckers Lane near the Garden of the Gods Trading Post.

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