More than 200 dancers from seven towns will participate in Wilton Dance Studio\u2019s 2018 Spring Shows on Sunday, June 10, at the Wilton High School\u2019s Clune Center for the Performing Arts. This year\u2019s performances will be in three parts designed to highlight different aspects of dance education. At 11, dancers from 3 to 6 years old from ballet, tap, jazz and acro dance classes will perform in Grandma\u2019s Attic. The show also includes special performances from older dancers who show the younger ones what they\u2019ll be able to do in a few years\u2019 time. At 1, the studio\u2019s ballet dancers will take on the challenging choreography of Swan Lake. \u201cThis year we had some dancers who ready and willing to take on something new, and we were happy to give them the opportunity to challenge themselves and our instructors,\u201d said owner and artistic director Brenda Froelich. \u201cIt is truly a magical ballet and one we hope every family will enjoy.\u201d Wilton High School student Dilshad Dinshaw will dance the dual role of Odette\/Odile, understudied by her classmate, Natalie Wallon. The afternoon performance will include All that Jazz, a variety-style showcase for the studio\u2019s jazz, acro, contemporary, tap, and hip hop dancers. The third performance, at 5, is a showcase for the studio\u2019s award-winning competitive dance teams. For tickets, call 203-544-9007 or download an order form at wiltondance.com. Tickets are also available at the door on the day of the show.