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SPOTLIGHT ON LOCAL TALENT VIRTUAL CONCERT: RILEY HALL AND RICHARD BULLARD

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Saturday September 12:  Riley Hall and Richard Bullard (contemporary dance)

Riley Nikole Hall is a graduate of South View High School and is a freshman at UNC-Greensboro. She is majoring in Peace and Conflict studies, with a minor in dance. She plans to become a missionary one day. Riley has been a competition dancer for fiveyears, at Linda Kinlaw School of Dance. She has performed in the Carolina Civic Center’s annual “A Robeson County Christmas Show” as well as its annual My Time to Shine Talent Competition. Riley also grew up performing in the Best Christmas Pageant Ever at the Cape Fear Regional Theatre in Fayetteville.

Richard Thomason Bullard is an upcoming sophomore at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona pursuing a degree in dance. He graduated from Purnell Swett High School in Pembroke, NC and has been on stage since the age of seven. He has performed with the Robeson County School’s CTAP and Studio One programs, as well as Lumberton’s Purple Door Productions and the Carolina Civic Center’s annual Christmas show.

 

December 29 2020

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