Dance class students have expanded their creative capacities and adapted to the new Covid world with a “dance for camera” production.  In lieu of a Fine Arts Night performance, dancers collaborated with Ms. Barrow to choreograph and produce A Night At Gatsby’s.  In addition, seniors Molli Miller and James-David Self reunited, a partnership that started with 2020’s production of Fame, Jr. The Musical, to perform First Sight.  Both pieces capture the essence of classic literary works, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, pieces both Freshmen and Juniors studied in English.  A Night at Gatsby’s displays the variety of genres studied this year, layered with each performer’s personal style.  First Sight features Molli’s love for contemporary work with a classical ballet foundation, a combination that exemplifies her beautiful lines and performance quality.  She and JD share such synergy on stage!  After enjoying the show, please also listen to what junior, Anna Cholley, and freshman, Asha Austin, learned about life from Fitzgerald and Shakespeare.