With just days before the curtain goes up on the Dance for Cancer stage, Johneen Keen and David Chapman aren't giving too much away.
"You could say it's a bit of dance medley," Ms Keen said.
The owner of Adrift Hair has teamed up with her cousin Mr Chapman to fundraise for the Cancer Council's night of nights.
In the final week of practice and penny raising, the duo has smashed their target of $10,000 to raise more than $12,000 through creative events, including high tea at Emus Rugby Club, a family night at Waratahs Sports Club and a movie night.
They have also recruited the dance prowess of nine friends and family members who have come onboard as back-up dancers.
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Ms Keen said everyone was driven to give back to the community, after so many people supported them during a pretty tough time.
"Our family has been through our fair share of cancer battles. We're grateful for the love and support the Orange community gave to us - this is our way of giving back."
Ms Keen said their twice weekly rehearsals have been a fun family affair.
"Only two out of the 11 have any dance experience," she said.
"It's made me very proud of everyone's efforts to see how well they've done."
The Keen and Chapman machine has been helped along with the support of Kylie Haigh Choreography.
Ms Keen said there's been a few knee injuries here and there but otherwise everyone is tracking well.
As for opening night:
"I'm sure the nerves will be shot about an hour before hand," she said.
"Nothing that a few drinks won't calm down."
The 12 Orange teams have raised more than $95,000 so far.
Cancer Council's Stars of Orange Dance for Cancer will kick off on Saturday at the Orange Function Centre.
To donate visit: www.everydayhero.com.au
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