On Sunday I had a chance to perform at Winds of the Sahara Cabaret.
It was their Veteran’s Day show, and there were some amazing acts.
Jag was up first, with a fantastic number done to “The Warrior Song.”
A great set, complete with bullets flying from a plane overhead.
After Jag, it was Winnie’s turn to take the stage.
Winnie is an amazingly creative dancer, and I love watching her performances.
Of course, I’m also a sucker for any kind of lyrical dance. 😀
Her tribute to fallen soldiers was beautiful, graceful, and quintessentially Winnie.
Switching gears a bit, Devlin hit the stage with his performance of “Cowboy Casanova” by Carrie Underwood.
I hadn’t heard this song before, but it was a fun, toe-tapping number.
The next act was Moni’s debut performance, a lovely couples number to “Into the Night” by Santana.
Unfortunately, I didn’t manage to snap any pics of the number due to a RL distraction. 😦
After Moni, it was time for Ariel and crew to take the stage, dancing to a mix of songs from Rent.
I’m a huge fan of Broadway musicals and show tunes, and this was a very fun routine.
Wrapping up the show was Queenie, dancing to “Children’s Crusade.”
This was another lovely routine, starting out in the trenches and fading into a lovely field of beautiful poppies.
I had a fantastic time dancing and it was fun to enjoy the creativity and hard work of the other performers.
Winds has shows every Sunday at 5pm SLT, so join their group to stay updated on the latest happenings.