What did they wear? Dance Pro Edition

Serena Pelenghian
“Surprise Yourself.” Costume(s): Dancers wore light, ruffled turquoise dresses or plain white t-shirts with brown pants. Choreographer: Esmé Brown (junior). Courtesy to Marc Campos

“It’s a Musical.” Costume(s): With no uniform costume, dancers donned various black and white patterns accented with red lipstick. Choreographers: London Murray (senior) and Sarah Dalessi (senior).  Courtesy to Cherry Zhixuan Han
Carnival Szn!” Costume(s): Some dancers wore shirts with flags of Caribbean countries on them, while others donned floral shirts in bright green, yellow, pink and orange tones. Choreographer: Destiny Rosas (first year). Courtesy to Marc Campos
“Beauty and Beast.” For the first half of the dance, performers wore long white dresses covered with a sheer blue layer paired with light blue parasols. Choreographers: Shuyi Chen (senior) and Yuting Zhang (senior).  Courtesy to Cherry Zhixuan Han
“Beauty and Beast.” For the K-pop part of the same dance, dancers wore jerseys that said “Rewind” with a number 34 paired with black bottoms and sneakers. Choreographers: Shuyi Chen (senior) and Yuting Zhang (senior). Courtesy to Cherry Zhixuan Han
“Did it on ya.” Costume(s): Performers wore white tops with black joggers paired with colorful plaid flannels tied around the hips. Choreographer: Ricky Bajwa (first year). Courtesy to Marc Campos
“The Wonderful Land of Oz.” Costume(s): Highlights from this dance feature characters from the “Wizard of Oz” such as the Tin Man, the Lion and Dorothy. Choreographer: Flynn Aldrich (senior). Courtesy to Marc Campos
“A Jig on the Big.” Costume(s): The costumes were pirate-inspired, accented by red, gold, brown and white colors and complete with a treasure chest. Choreographers: Jane Crosby-Schmidt (sophomore) and Sammie Fang (junior). Courtesy to Cherry Zhixuan Han
“Essence.” Costume(s): Cropped hoodies with matching joggers were featured heavily in this dance. Choreographer: Chance Ward (senior). Courtesy to Cherry Zhixuan Han
“Koi Doori Nahi.” Costume(s): Dancers wore tops called Chunnis and black leggings. Choreographers: Ahladini Veerina and Jagmit Dhami (sophomores). Courtesy to Marc Campos
“Running with the Wolves.” Costume(s): Dancers wore blue dresses with half up, half down hairstyles. Choreographer: Michelle Levitt (junior). Courtesy to Marc Campos
“JabbaOxys.” Costume(s): Dancers posed in black outfits with stripes, hats and bandanas covering their nose and mouths. White shoes finished the look. Choreographer: Sammy Nwabueze (senior). Courtesy to Courtesy to Marc Campos
“Ke Ala ‘Ula.” Costume(s): Fitzgerald’s dance displayed traditional hula costumes, consisting of white, red, and brown tops; individually-made and hand-printed skirts; various types of lei; hair worn down. Choreographer(s): Kelly Lehua Fitzgerald (senior). Courtesy to Cherry Zhixuan Han
Lauren Parks (first year) applies makeup backstage. Courtesy to Marc Campos
Harper Hayes works alongside Hunter Weinreb (seniors) to prep their hair before a performance. Courtesy to Marc Campos

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