Snow and cold temps couldn’t keep the UIndy dance team, the Crimsonettes from its annual showcase on the University of Indianapolis campus.
“This was our 6th annual Showcase, and it’s really a unique experience for the dancers to be able to showcase their various talents in routines that we typically wouldn’t execute on a game day,” coach Carlee Green said. “We have a wide variety of talent on the team, and it’s really cool to be able to see the dancers show off their individual skills.”
The Crimsonettes had just one senior on the team this year, but it didn’t stop them from competing in nationals and scoring the highest in program history at the event. The showcase featured a wide variety of dances, including tap and ballet. A special dance featured UIndy dance team alumni and a celebration with family members. A silent auction also was conducted to raise funds.
“My favorite part about showcase is seeing all of the alumni who come back to help with the event and being able to meet family members of the current girls who don’t always get to come to games,” Green said. “It’s a fun day filled with supporters of our program.”