Moulin Rouge Dance Spectacular brings touch of Paris to Grand Forks

There were several great performances on stage at the GFSS Auditorium on Nov. 13 for the Moulin Rouge Dance Spectacular.

Les Folles Jambelles dancers perform Because We Can at the Moulin Rouge performance at GFSS auditorium on Nov. 13.

There were several great performances on stage at the GFSS Auditorium on Nov. 13 for the Moulin Rouge Dance Spectacular.

The event was MC’d by the entertaining Dean Engen as Mr. Zedler and featured a variety of performances from Irish dancing to belly dancing to zumba and jazzercise by local dance groups plus, of course, the featured can can dancing from Les Folles Jambette and the visiting Boomtown Garter Girls from Rossland.

 

 

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