University Dance Club brings sexy back

4/21/2013 8:40pm

Earlier this month, the University Dance Club presented their spring showcase at the Paramount Theater, which was appropriately entitled “Bringing Sexy Back.” The entirely student-choreographed performance included impressive dances from a wide variety of genres including tap, ballet, jazz, modern and hip-hop.

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