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Student show brightens Brighton Beach

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Snow showers: Cristofer Iglesias performs as the character Finn onstage.
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A star of the show: Kayleen Diaz sings and dances on stage.
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Pasty performers: A few faculty members sing and dance to the song, “All I Want This Winter Is A Real Good Tan.”
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Talent time: Students from PS 253 sing and dance for the crowd.
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Smile time: Students show off their moves on stage.
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Glowing granny: Audrey Casatelli performs as the Grandmother in the show.
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Showtime smiles: Students sing a “Winter Bells Medley.”

It may be cold outside — but these kids will warm your heart.

Students at PS 253 performed festivesongs and dances at their winter show, “A Merry Little NYC Winter” in Brighton Beach on Dec. 19. The students, donning bright purple t-shirts and old-fashioned top hats, moved and grooved on stage while singing seasonal songs, like “Wintertime is Here” and “Winter Bells Medley.”

But the show wasn’t just about the youngsters.

The faculty joined in with their own offerings. Several rather pasty performers sang a rocking rendition of the country song by Kenny Chesney, “All I Want This Christmas is a Real Good Tan.” Other faculty members performed in seasonal skits alongside the students.

Reach reporter Vanessa Ogle at vogle@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260–4507. Follow her attwitter.com/oglevanessa.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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