The Herald Bulletin

Evening Update

Entertainment

January 18, 2014

Leaders anxious to 'Dance Like the Stars'

Performers prepare to show off moves in Saturday's competition

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ANDERSON, Ind. —

Other contestants include: Dana Stone of Anderson Symphony Orchestra and Scott Shook of Camby, performing the bolero; Lisa Putnam of Hoosier Park Racing and Casino and Godby-Schwab of Lapel, performing the cha-cha; Jeanne Fredericks of Fredericks Inc. and Rob Jenkins of Indianapolis, performing the rhumba; attorney Ron McNabney and Yulia Shook of Camby, performing the fox trot; David Schwartz of Toles Flowers and Diana Miller of Fishers, performing the tango; Zachery Kerr of Phillippe Water and Kim Chastain of Indianapolis, performing the tango and actor/writer Eric Schroeder and Jennifer Luna of Indianapolis, performing the rhumba.

 

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Tickets cost $20, $30 or $37 and can be purchased online at andersonparamount.org or through the Paramount Theatre box office. Tickets for the VIP after party in the Hardacre Ballroom cost $15. Contestant pairings include John Donohue of Anderson Community Schools and Marie Roach of Indianapolis who will perform the Argentine tango; Kaylee Dunham of the Madison County Health Department and J.C. Bryant of Indianapolis performing the samba; Jaime Linscott of Linscott Photography and Cary Pettit of Indianapolis performing the west coast swing; Dr. William Kopp of St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital and Monica Lung of New Palestine performing the swing; Jeff Lawson of St. Vincent Mercy Hospital and Tracy Martin of Indianapolis performing the cha-cha and Becky Chapelle of Anderson University and Seth Hale of Indianapolis will perform the hustle. Other contestants include: Dana Stone of Anderson Symphony Orchestra and Scott Shook of Camby performing the bolero; Lisa Putnam of Hoosier Park Racing and Casino and Ed Godby-Schwab of Lapel performing the cha-cha; Jeanne Fredericks of Fredericks Inc. and Rob Jenkins of Indianapolis performing the rhumba; attorney Ron McNabney and Yulia Shook of Camby performing the fox trot; David Schwartz of Toles Flowers and Diana Miller of Fishers performing the tango; Zachery Kerr of Phillippe Water and Kim Chastain of Indianapolis performing the tango; dentist Dr. Molly Weiandt and Darren Cupp of Indianapolis performing the cha-cha and actor/writer Eric Schroeder and Jennifer Luna of Indianapolis performing the rhumba.

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