Saturday, April 14, 2007

Student-choreographed dances include Sarah Carlton’s exploration of aboriginal themes inspired by her six months in Australia (“Walkabout”) Maria Meyer’s meditation on simple acts of survival (“The Breath Transcendent”), Erin Reed’s response to the death of a loved one (“Grieving, Sharing, Living”), Ali Robert’s sultry celebration of Parisian nights (“Streets of France”) and Carly Boland’s examination of power and conformity (“Stricken”), with music by HSU Music Department teacher Brian Post.

Other dances include “Bodies in Order” by Tricia Leister, “Engaging the Source” by Janelle Mitnick, ”Learning to sit with ambiguity” by Kevin Dockery and “Inspiral” by Lela Annotto-Pemberton. Music runs the gamut, from classical and modern to jazz, contemporary pop and World Music.

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