Works In Motion presents Spring Spectacular

“My Wish” Ballet 301 class members are, front, from left, Khloe Kessler, Madeline Kienitz and Amellia Pitra, and back, from left, Genevive Jackson, Brayleigh Bishop, Brooklyn Gogel, Kaylee Haferkamp and Eliza Leslie.

MICHIGAN CITY — It’s show time for the Works in Motion Dance Company.

Their dancers will present their 13th annual Spring Spectacular, titled “Dare to Dream,” on Saturday, June 1, at the Holdcraft Auditorium - Elston Performing Arts Center, 317 Detroit Street, Michigan City. Show times are at 1 and 6 p.m.

Join the dancers for a night of entertainment as they explore dreams, nightmares, and aspirations. According to organizers, they will light up the stage with dances set to popular songs such as “Sweet Dreams Are Made of This,” “High Hopes,” “I Wanna Be A Rockette,” “Beautiful Nightmare,” and “California Dreamin.”

“Dreams” features all new choreography by WIMDC faculty Rachel Klein, Tina Coburn, Lindsay Gogel, Caitlyn Maddack, Krystal Rose, Ashley Stout and student choreographer Abigail Roberts. Tickets are available online at Reserved seating prices are $13, $15 and $17, and there is an additional service charge/ticket. The box office will open one hour before each show. Tickets will be $2 more at the door.

Works In Motion Dance Co., located at 1227 N. Ind. 39, La Porte, is owned and operated by Lindsay (Fridh) Gogel. The studio opened in 2006 to provide excellence in dance education for ages 3 - adult. They offer classes in ballet, pointe, tap, jazz, musical theater, ballroom, hip hop, contemporary, tumbling, leaps and turns. This summer they welcome a new faculty member, Kristina Isabelle, who will be offering classes in stilt dancing, ballet and contemporary. Summer classes will run June 5-27. Several specialty themed dance discovery classes for ages 3-5 will also be offered. Visit or or call 219-324-7600 for a complete schedule and tuition information. Call or stop by the studio to sign up today and get started.

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