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VI. Abby Rose Boldy


And the Verdict Is…



I. Ionisation

II. Law and Order: Special Victims Unit Theme Song

III. Here Comes the Judge

IV. Prosecutor

V. Defense (Defense Chants)

VI. Let’s Work

VII. Ghetto Chopper

VIII. Quoi

IX. The Pelican Brief

X. Smooth Criminal



I. Edward Varèse

II. Mike Post

III. Shorty Long

IV. Sean Kingston

V. Gettysburg College Bullets Marching Band


VII. Alibi Music

VIII. Avalon Emerson

IX. The Fine Classical Orchestra

X. Michael Jackson


Music Score

Dan Cooper

Abby Boldy



Eden Araten (she/her)

Ava Boonstoppel (she/her)

Isabelle Boysen (she/her)

Ginabella Cardinale (she/her)

Mallory Dobbs (she/her)

Tara Mologousis (she/her)

Mandi Loughran (she/her)

Kelly Sawyer (she/her)

Rebecca Sherr (she/her)

Lillian Stahlberg (she/her)


Costume Designer

Gabrielle Corrigan


Lighting Designer

Phillip Burke Brown


“Thank you to my amazing cast for helping me combine my passion for dance and law together to create a wild ride of a piece. My cast and I send all of our love to Ava Boonstoppel who couldn’t be with us for our performances. <3” - Abby


About Abby:

Abby Rose Boldy is a third time choreographer and senior BFA dance major with a double concentration in jazz and choreography. She also is a double major in journalism (BA) and following a pre-law track. Originally from Cleveland Ohio, Abby has danced since the age of three and has trained in a wide variety of styles. She most recently has performed Mary Ann Lamb’s “Jazz Man” at The Joyce Theater. Abby also has performed in works by Mary Ann Lamb, Caleb Teicher, Sekou McMiller and Gregory Dolbashian. After graduating, she aspires to pursue her dreams of a career in musical theater and commercial dance. Her long-term goal is to attend law school and become a criminal prosecutor. Abby would not be where she is today without her family and has appreciated their support throughout her life. Psalm 28:7