Dance showcase lights up stage

Late last month, the All 4 U Dance Showcase filled UCSD’s Mandeville Theatre with hip-hop, contemporary, salsa, hula, belly dancing, tap, jazz and modern dance.

Young dancers from Choreo Cookies, Super Galactic Beat Manipulators, Body Poets, Darkivey and Unity Dance Ensemble pulled out all the stops. And, adult modern dancers from S.K.A. Dance Studio from Carmel Valley wowed the audience with a burlesque number.

A portion of the proceeds from the event, which was presented by C-Star Productionz, went to Photocharity, a local organization dedicated to saving homeless youth in San Diego.

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