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This year’s ‘Topper Revue has six teenagers trapped in a DVD. In addition to this dilemma, these teens get chased by a tap dancing ghost, scramble to find clues for who put them in their present predicament, but still manage to see a great deal of talent along the way.
In fact, these young sleuths are actually the emcees for the revue, which is presented by the Los Alamos High School Olions Thespian Club. Wearing snazzy CB Fox tuxes, the emcees introduce the audience to youngsters who not only sing and dance, but also do magic tricks, perform stunts on a unicycle and play the piano.
All the students shine in the spotlight. The skits are funny, the dancing is impressive and the music performances are stunning.
While everyone deserves a hardy applause for having the guts to get up on stage before a large crowd to perform their talent, a few students really blew the audience away.
Catherine Chen performed Ginastera’s “Sonata No. 1 Op. 22,” beautifully. Hearing such a professional performance from a high school student is impressive and it is easy to see why Chen wins so many competitions and scholarships for her music.
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