Monday Feb 09 2009 comments Dance revolution By: Photos by Ashley Baer/Roseville Press-Tribune -A +A Buy This Photo Now Thannia Gonzalez rehearses for Friday night's performance. Chelsea Evans put on her foot thong, a type of dance shoe that only covers the ball of the foot. Performers in the "Womanizer" piece, sung by Britney Spears, walk off stage. "Superhuman" choreographed by Jordan Sanchez, Thannia Gonalez and Jen Caluya Jordan Sanchez rehearses his break dancing solo in the "Superhuman" piece. While watching the group perform, junior Kylie Saites marks, or goes over, the choreography apart from the other dancers. Senior Malia Henderson laughs at the novelty sunglasses she brought for "Just Dance." by Lady Gaga, piece. Thannia Gonzalez works it for the "Just Dance" piece. When not officially rehearsing, dancers would practice in an adjacent room. Saites gets behind on choreography and turns to get back on the beat. Tamany Hall, the sound technician and Woodcreek senior, organizes the CDs in order of the show. Kendra Bermudez, center, is this year's director of the 2nd Annual Senior Dance Show at Woodcreek High School. The performance, which begins at 7 p.m. on Friday, February 13, is completely choreographed and performed by senior dance students, who also take care of the behind-the-scenes duties. A group of students practice their routine. Bermudez refines choreography with two of her dancers. Bermudez choreographs the finale of the Senior Dance Show. Chelsea Evans, a junior, rehearses a contemporary lyrical piece for Friday night's performance. Carly Jackson rehearses her self-choreographed solo piece "Say All I Need" by One Republic. Director Kendra Bermudez talks with the dance teacher, Lydia Viduya, right, who helped minimally with the student-run production. Bermudez takes notes and gives advice to her fellow dancers during rehearsal on Monday.