Dayton Christian Ballet performing this weekend

Dayton Christian Ballet
Natalie Levengood and Kaitlyn Couch with young ballerinas. (photo: Raegan Turner - Rue Rue Photography)

Dayton Christian Ballet fills Bryan college Rudd Auditorium for annual Spring performance.

April 26-27, 2014

Dayton, TN — Every year Dayton Christian Ballet spends about 7 months practicing and learning how to dance for the spring performance.  Local girls ages 5-18 performed for family and friends on Friday night.  Each age group performed a dance to many different contemporary Christian songs.  If you missed it last night, don’t worry.  The group will do another performance today at 3pm, Rudd Auditorium.

This year, the Dayton Christian Ballet presented “Come Home Running.” Choreography and instruction was provided by Katherine Carpenter, Kaitlyn Couch, Emma Garland, Allison Hall, Joanna Hill, Rebecca Hilleary, Mary Clare Geyman, Natalie LEvengood, Emily Moon, and Elizabeth Vandergriff. Months of hard work paid off as the group landed a breath-taking performance.

Dayton Christian Ballet Seniors
4 High School Seniors pictured from left: Rebecca Hilleary, Natalie Levengood, Katherine Carpenter, and Kaitlyn Couch (photo: Rebecca Hilleary)

Attending just to watch my daughter perform with the youngest age group. I quickly learned there was a lot more to it. I stayed and continue to watch the older girls perform a dance that really touched me. I am a just sports guy that was being stretched beyond my normal habits.  What Dayton Christian Ballet does is a great ministry that can touch even stubborn sports guys like me.

You can view amazing photos from the event provided Rue Rue Photography‘s Raegan Turner.  Raegan is also a proud mom of the Dayton Christian Ballet. Click here for breath-taking photos from Rue Rue Photography.

For more information about the Dayton Christian Ballet, please join their open group on Facebook.

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Growing up in the Rhea County Community, John brings a unique perspective to events in Rhea County, TN. He's a dedicated father and soccer enthusiast. He digs Golden Eagle Football too!


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