Nine everyday Riverina residents are preparing to step out of their comfort zones and into the stage lights for the performance of a lifetime.
Local teacher, Raz Teakel, will put down her books and dig out her dancing shoes to perform an iconic routine for hundreds of people, raising money for medical research.
Local contestants with no experience will “dance like nobody’s watching” for a cause, with all funds to go toward the Specialist Medical Resources Foundation, providing specialist medical equipment to Riverina families in need.
The performance will be held at the Kildare Catholic College Hall on June 3, with doors opening at 6pm.
Information and tickets can be found at the Specialist Medical Resources Foundation Facebook page.