Folks who’ve attended Dancing Through Latin America, put on by the Carolinas Latin Dance Company, can vouch for the diversity of dances, which range from fast to slow and beginner level to advanced in difficulty. Comprised of dancers ages 6-30, CLDC presents the annual performance to showcase the group’s footwork, paired with rich costumes and music. Mexico, Honduras, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Panama, Cuba and more will be represented. This year’s show also has an educational aspect and “espionage” theme. The audience is invited to learn something new, as facts about the varying cultures will be revealed throughout the evening.