RED STARS IN SCORSESE MOVIE OPENING ON CHRISTMAS DAY
Salem, NH, and former Syracuse University Orange Girl and Alyssa
McLaughlin, Derry, NH, former University of Connecticut Feature Twirler
can be seen in "The Wolf of Wall Street", which debuts on Christmas Day,
starring, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matthew McConaughey, Rob Reiner and Jonah
Hill and is directed by Martin Scorsese.
Both Red Star Twirlers were
recruited through a New York casting agency, who contacted Red Star
Coach Gina Hutchinson, over a year ago. Both women spent two days in New
York City learning their cameo role and getting fitted for their Wonder
Woman look-alike costumes. With them in the scene are members of the Temple University Marching Band, dressed in boxer shorts.
movie is the true story of the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort, a Wall
Street trader, who lived high on other people's money until he got
caught by the Securities and Exchange Commission and sent to jail. The
movie is based on his autobiography.
Andrew is now at Boston
University getting her Masters Degree. McLaughlin is working full time
at Aetna in Hartford, while getting her Masters Degree at UConn. You can
see them in the current trailers on TV and online.
THE RED STARS WIN AT THE NBTA AYOP 2013 CHAMPIONSHIPS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
The Red Stars in front of Touchdown Jesus at the University of
Notre Dame with their many awards from the NBTA's America's Youth on Parade,
2013. Red Stars won a record number of top 10 medals and titles in
individual and team events.
The World Champion Red Star Twirlers of Derry, New Hampshire have twirled for:
The Boston Celtics,
Radio Disney, Carnival Cruise lines, the Liberty and Sugar Bowl Games,
and in hundreds of parades including the Macy’s Thanksgiving
Parade, the Washington D.C. 4th of July and the Miss America Parade.
Demand for the Red Stars
has taken the team all over the world including Germany, Russia,
Ireland, Spain and the Czech Republic. They have been featured in
countless news articles and publications including the nationally
distributed “Yankee Magazine” and were recently seen in thousands of
households on the television show “Chronicle.”
Red Star twirlers are
twirling at college campuses across the country, at pageants where they
consistently amaze the judges, at numerous charity events and even
professionally at Busch Gardens!