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Enjoy all things Greek at St. Augustine Greek Festival 2018
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Romanza Kaleidoscope of Dance, a headliner for the Romanza Festivale of the Arts for the fourth year, showcases all styles of dance from aerial dancing, belly dancing, tap dancing to ballet and ballroom styles. The performers run the gamut from highly professional tap, hip hop, and ballroom dancers to skilled, talented students from public and private institutions to those who dance to feed their souls and nurture their bodies.

Directed by Judy Woodruff, acclaimed university dance instructor, choreographer and local dance teacher, the show features dancers from St. Augustine, Palm Coast, and Ponte Vedra.  Local studios and dance companies that will be performing include:

Ancient City Sirens, Blue Lotus World Dance, COA Broadway Babes, Florida School of the Arts, Honey Burton and Robert DeRochemont, Matanzas Tap, Menendez Dance Ensemble, Noise Complaint, The Perla Ballet, Rhythm Theory, SJCCA Dance, St. Augustine Line Dancers, Three Hearts Dance, Margarita de Venezuela, and ballroom dancers Shawn Michael White with Donna Boswell and Kim Fader.

Ticket Prices
General Admission — $15 / Kids under 12 — Free…Must be accompanied by an adult!

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May 8
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College
14 Granada Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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