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Photo of the week: Lacie Hayek

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Intermediate Stage 2 perform to songs of iconic inspiration.

Photo by: Lacie Hayek
Intermediate Stage 2 perform to songs of iconic inspiration.

Lacie Hayek captured a plethora of great images at Toledo School of the Arts’ Iconic Inspiration, a sold out performance at the Valentines Theatre, on Thursday, March 12.

It is difficult for me to pick a favorite but this red monochrome scene of repeated shapes and movements stands out above the rest. The perspective, careful balance of blur and stop motion of the dancers and use of negative space makes this one my choice for photo of the week.

 

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