Above: Gracie Arcand and Shayla Herceg mix dance and acrobatics.
by Stephen Dafoe
Twenty-two acts hit the stage Mar. 23 for the annual Georges H. Primeau Talent Show, kicking off the March Break with a demonstration of a variety of performing arts and skills.
Louise Sansano and Peggy Dugan spearheaded this year’s event for an enthusiastic audience of students, staff and parents.
This year’s show carried a baseball theme with emcees playing the role of TSN sportscasters cutting away from a rain-delayed Major League Baseball game to the action on the stage in Morinville.
The spring show mixed the usual assortment of solo, duet and group singing of current and past hits with video presentations of student art, trick horse riding, and synchronized swimming, interspersed with dance, acrobatics, martial arts demonstrations, and a crowd-pleasing display of juggling prowess.
The annual spring talent show is a Primeau tradition that is the culmination of weeks and months of rehearsal.
Below is a video of more of our shots from the show.