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Generation Alive Dance Team to Perform at MU Women's Basketball Game

Generation Alive Dancers to perform at MU Women's Basketball game on February 20th, 7pm game time. Bring your 'sunglasses' and join us in the fun!

Following the performing of four energetic, enthusiastically received routines for the Milwaukee Wave Indoor Soccer team this season, the Generation Alive Dance Team will next be performing at the Marquette Women’s Basketball game on Wednesday, February 20th (7pm game time) at the Al McGuire Center (770 N. 12th Street).

 

We encourage all the students, parents and fans in attendance to bring their ‘sunglasses’ and join us in the dance specifically choreographed for ‘MU’ that evening. We promise you’ll be ‘Psy’cd’ with fun!

 

For more information about the Generation Alive Dance Team, view videos of past performances, see pictures of dancers and more, please visit (and/or ‘Like’) our Facebook page. www.facebook.com/GenerationAliveDanceTeam

 

See you on February 20th at the Al McGuire Center.

 

Keep on Dancin!

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 FYI - “Generation Alive” is a unique, coed precision “pom pon” dance team that is exciting, energetic and exemplifies the fact that you’re never too old to have fun and perform for an audience. The energetic routines are created by an award-winning professional choreographer. The members of Generation Alive range in age from 45 to 70 years young and many of the dancers have previous dance team and/or dance instructor experience. Generation Alive does not charge a fee to perform, we do it for the love of performing and the fun of entertaining. We encourage anyone interested in joining in on our fun as a dancer to contact us. We also encourage anyone interested in us performing for them to contact us as well.

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