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CityDance Phenom Corbin Holloway Shines on ‘Little Big Shots’

NBC's Showcase of Youth Airs Sunday

CityDance Conservatory’s Corbin Holloway, age 13 from Rockville, will be featured on NBC’s “Little Big Shots” on Sunday, May 17 at 7 p.m.

The show, hosted by two-time Emmy Award-winning actress Melissa McCarthy, showcases the talents and stories of youth from around the world.

Corbin Holloway
Corbin Holloway (Flannery Underwood/NBC)

Corbin, who first began dance training at the prestigious Rockville-based CityDance School & Conservatory at seven years old, continues to astound both his instructors and industry professionals for his talent, abilities and achievements which far exceed many within his age group.  

Look for our upcoming feature that will include how Corbin did on “Little Big Shots,” how he has continued to train given recent closures of businesses and schools due to the coronavirus pandemic and reflections from Lorraine Spiegler, founding artistic director of the CityDance School & Conservatory and one of Corbin’s teachers and mentors. Spiegler accompanied Corbin to the filming of “Little Big Shots” in Los Angeles in January.

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