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Kansas City’s Music Hall provides space for entertainment and friendship

Kansas City’s Music Hall provides space for entertainment and friendship

Watching dance competitions downtown creates a special bond

Seeing that the majority of her dance competitions are held downtown, my favorite part about Kansas City is getting to watch my best friend, sophomore Bella Line, dance at the city’s Music Hall.

From the start of our friendship in the second grade, dance has brought us together. My personal experience in the area is limited to a slim two years of mediocre classes but, in spite of that, we came together to choreograph and perform a dance in the elementary school talent show.

By Photo submitted by Annie Myers
Reporter Annie Myers enjoys watching her best friend, sophomore Bella Line, dance at the Kansas City Music Hall.

Years after my resignation from the sport, she continued on with her company and, eventually, the school dance team, allowing her to compete downtown and elsewhere.

With each performance, I grow more and more in awe of her immense talent. Sure, the 25 minute drive wouldn’t be included on a list of my favorite things in the world, but seeing her perform and place high among her peers would. Because of the distance, the possibility of me making it to every competition is unlikely. However, I can better appreciate the experience for its location.

Not only is the architecture of the building beautiful, but it feels almost like going out with a friend. The only difference is that the friend I’m with is doing what she loves in an environment that we can both admire.

Watching Bella perform downtown has strengthened our friendship and brought us closer together. Because of that beautiful magic, the Music Hall in Kansas City holds a dear place in my heart.

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