Steve Mittman Added To Cast Of Dancing With The Lehigh Valley Stars
Steve Mittman of WFMZ-TV has been added to the cast of this year's Dancing with the Lehigh Valley Stars, replacing his co-worker Jim Vaughn. Steve is the Traffic Anchor on WFMZ-TV's 69 News at Sunrise weekday mornings with Eve Russo, Jaciel Cordoba, and Matt Broderick. He also hosts and produces multiple lifestyle, pop-culture, celebrity, music, trending-topic, and history segments each morning.
Dancing with the Lehigh Valley Stars is on Thursday, April 18th at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $30 ($15 for students) and proceeds will benefit the State Theatre's FREDDY© Awards program. For tickets call 1-800-999-STATE, purchase online at www.statetheatre.org or visit the State Theatre Box Office at 453 Northampton Street in Easton. Sponsored by Air Products.
The rest of the cast as previously announced includes Anne Rampolla of Lost Tavern Brewing, Billy Kounoupis of Billy's Diner, Kelly Bauer of the Center for Animal Health and Welfare, Lindsey Knupp of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs and Tony DaRe from BSI Corporate Benefits.
Local Stars will rehearse with professionals the week leading up the big event and will be dressed up in glitzy costumes performing their routines during the first part of the show. Part 2 of the show features the professional dancers in action until the winner of the famous Mirror Ball is announced at the end of the show! In addition to the Judges scores, audience members will help determine the winner with their vote on the night of the show.
This production was created eight years ago by the Utah Ballroom Dance Company, a professional dance troupe featuring some of nation's top ballroom dance athletes who have performed nationally and internationally. Dancers from the Company will be in residence for a week prior to the show, teaching the local Stars their 90-second routines.
Dancing with the Lehigh Valley Stars is now in its 5th season. Previous winners include Eve Tannery from 69 News WFMZ, Ashley Russo from ASR Media/ The Peak TV, Lauren Kusik of 69 News WFMZ and Lauryn Graves from Air Products.