Every year the music teacher on our campus holds a Boogie-A-Rama. The decade show cased changes, but the idea behind the show remains the same.
To prepare for the performance, the students get to sing, dance, and learn about the decade. T Man was lucky enough to get a speaking part and he did fantastic!
I was not sure what was worn during the 70s, so I relied on T's knowledge to create a costume for the big day.
tie dye and boxed hats... worn to the side (I've been told.)
T was the star of the show (and I'm not just saying that because I am his mama either). He danced the entire time... that is unless his mother hen next to him rained him in.
T had moves I have never seen before and I am sure most of the audience hadn't either. He gave everyone a good laugh (in a positive way).
No fear and free as a bird.
Something impressive must have been on the ceiling.