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Regional Nights have always been entertaining. Large turnouts, great food and spectacular performances in front of enthusiastic audiences.

But there has been an unsung group of audience members that manages to draw attention away from anything else that may be happening around them. They play the parts of both audience and performers, cheering and dancing in a blissful abandon that most of us can only dream of.

They watch the on-stage performances with wide eyes, enthralled and spell-bound until, suddenly, they lose interest and begin their own show in front of the stage. When they feel they’ve had enough practice, they try to climb onto stage and showcase their talents before they’re (disappointingly) pulled back by their parents.

This group consists of very talented, extremely good-looking and incredibly adorable……kids!

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