Nobles’ dancers shine at Access Broadway

Dancers from Pam Nobles Studios traveled to Access Broadway competition in Panama City last month, and came home with a wealth of awards.

Highlighting the Feb. 13 performance was a lyrical number choreographed by Scott Benson, to the song Bring Him Home recorded by the late Terry Warren. The routine was about loved ones who have passed on, and at the end of the dance the dancers each carried out an 8 x10 photo in a frame of their loved ones.

That number received a Platinum award, and was given an overall Platinum citation. In addition, Pam Nobles received the Broadway Star Award for Best Studio Director.

In the Jazz division Brittany Edwards and Savannah Edwards performed “Let's Dance,” and in the Tap division they danced to “You Never Had A Friend Like Me.” For each of these performances, the young ladies were awarded High Gold.

In the Contemporary division, the trio of Holly Chambers, Brittany Edwards, and Savannah Edwards danced to “Rotten To The Core.” They received the Platinum distinction.

For solos, in the Contemporary division, Chambers danced to “Ghost,” and in the Open division, danced to “Graffiti.” She received High Gold for each of her solos.

For her solo in the Lyrical division to “Immortal.” Savannah Edwards received High Gold, and earned first place overall in her division.

For her solo in the Contemporary division, performed to ”Hanging Tree,” Brittany Edwards received High Gold.

For her solo in the Lyrical division, done to “Blackbird, Regan Crosby earned a Platinum distinction, and was overall winner in her division. – By DAVID ADLERSTEIN