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Fusion 2024

Fusion 2024

By Riley Winkler, Senior Communications Intern

Notre Dame High School’s Performing Arts Department presented Fusion on Saturday, January 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the McLeod Theatre. This beautiful performance includes numbers featuring Notre Dame’s Dance Performance, Intermediate Dance, and Dance Classes under Mrs. Debby Gibilisco, director and choreographer of the show along with the help of fellow Dance Class choreographers Mrs. Lauren Haugen and Mrs. Erica Pittaro.

We would also like to thank Travis Johnson as Technical Director, Laura E. Baron as Lighting Designer, the Stage Managers Jennifer Borowick and Maddie Payne, Hannah McGowan as Lighting Board Operator, Nick DiPalma as Sound Board Operator, and Kate Candelori and Sam Zebrowski as Follow Spot Operators for their help in making the production run smoothly.

Congratulations on a wonderful show!

Dance Performance: Regan Blessing, Sophia Cramer, Vanessa Delbridge, Jenevieve Gopez, Liliana Hindy, Callie Okamura, Molly Rovner, Kyla Spruill, Ava Sulkowski, and Nicholas Torres.

Intermediate Dance: Gianna Casterline, Faith Figueroa, Lara Flores, Catherine Goodwin, Shana Ignacio, Kara Lushbaugh, Genevieve Onzik,  Charlotte Paces, Samantha Stout, Rosemary Stout, and Sienna Valentino.

Dance Class: Sarah Colon, Kaylee Cordwell, Juliana Dore, Laura Dunn, Olivia Duva, Mitchelah Florestal, Anna Gray, Rebecca Guglielmo, Charlie Jones, Lauren Mersel, Isabella Odina, Simone Pettit, Amanda Shearer, Olivia Strouse, Ryan Veranese, and Ariana Williams.

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