Local Carmel Valley ‘Tapper’ achieves highest rank in regional competition

North County DanceArts’ Lilah Horton achieved the highest ranked tap solo in the Junior Advanced division at ‘Showstoppers’ held in Anaheim recently. Choreographed by Louis McKay, her double-platinum a cappella routine, “Today We Tap,” placed 4th overall in a division with 80 performances from Southern California and Las Vegas soloists.

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