Wizard Of Oz High School Dance (Walden Grove High School Homecoming Assembly)

Submitted by: holygod 1 month ago in Entertainment


These kids are crazy talented.
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Male 5,213
The best part of this entirely great performance is when they're dancing to "Walk It Out" (3:20 mark). The way Dorothy gets into the song is just adorable, especially the way she's leaning back at the end of the number. Even the opposing team's mascot, the Panda (in the upper right corner of the bleachers), can't help but get into the song. 

Awesomeness all around.
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Male 3,879
That's incredibly impressive for a high school production, kinda tired just watching it.
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2,889
Damn, now I kinda wish I went to one of those rather then using it as an opportunity to ditch so I could find a six pack and a card game.  
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Male 5,213
Just watched this a second time and I enjoyed as much or more than the first time. 

The president ought to invite these kids to perform this routine for the White House staff at the Kennedy Center. (A) It would be great recognition of some American teens doing great work; and (B) it would encourage other teens out there who are working in the performing arts.

It's hard to imagine Trump doing that, regrettably. (Obama? Yeah, I could definitely see him doing that. For all his faults, Obama was certainly one of the coolest presidents we've ever had.)
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Male 5,210
I was going to send this one in. These kids blew me away. My graduation class was 109 people. There wasn't enough talent in our school to fill even the main four characters. 
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Male 5,213
Holy crap, that was brilliant. I mean, brilliant. I never thought I could be seriously impressed by a high school assembly program, but these teens knocked it out of the park.
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Male 8,071
This was done by highschool kids?  Damn that's good.
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Male 21,025
The entire time I was watching this, I was thinking, "Jesus, how many hours did it take them to get this routine down?"
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Male 10,125
fancylad Ya. And they are just high school kids, so it isn't like they are getting paid.
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