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Pehnyo keeps hope alive

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Pehnyo keeps hope alive

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THREE WEEKS OF INTENSITY were showcased to an audience of proud family members, friends and supporters last Friday night, when Pehnyo Productions hosted its end-of-camp showcase.
Under the theme: Let Hope Continue, 30 participants pulled out their best moves at Divi Southwinds Hotel.
Operating since 2009, Pehnyo Productions is headed by noted dancer Jerilee Evanson-Kellman.
During the near-90 minute presentation, the female students moved gracefully through Broadway jazz, hip hop and contemporary dances, conceptualised using the Du Monde, Dunham and Martha Graham techniques, among others.
The show began with Saga, a powerful piece performed by the Pehnyo Company, choreographed by American dancer/choreographer Steve Rooks, who was also a guest tutor.
Kellie Cadogan also set the stage with Walking In My Own Shoes.
Patrons also filled a barrel with contributions for the HIV/AIDS Food Bank, with which Pehnyo Productions collaborated for the event. (LW)