Holy Cross student Declan Crowley (left) in a performance of "Lord of the Dance: Cry of the Celts."
Crowley has the role of the Lord of Darkness, who challenges the title character, the Lord of Light, in a show based on mythical Irish folklore and containing 21 scenes of precision dancing, dramatic music and special effects.
An Irish-American who grew up idolizing Michael Flatley’s dance creation, he joked about working with his Irish-dancing idol, Michael Flatley. “I tell people for me it’s like meeting Derek Jeter,” the Albany native said.
This “Holy Cross in the News” item by Sara Bovat ’14.
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