A dance concert entirely conceptualized and designed by students will be
performed at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point December 6-8 and 11-13.
2013” features original choreography, direction and stage and costume design by
students in the Department of Theatre and Dance. Held in the Studio Theatre at
the Noel Fine Arts Center, performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and
Saturday, Dec. 6-7, and Wednesday through Friday, Dec. 11-13. A 2 p.m. matinee
performance is offered Sunday, Dec. 8.
is $19 for adults, $18 for senior citizens and $14 for students. Tickets are available
at the Information and Tickets Office in the Dreyfus University Center, http://tickets.uwsp.edu, or by calling 715-346-4100 or
began developing ideas and staging choreography for the 11 new original dances
in mid-September. Solos, duets and large group works will be featured in a
variety of dance styles. For a behind-the-scenes look at “Afterimages 2013,” go
Way We Were Meant To Be,” by Emily Janik and Morgan McMahon, is inspired by
nature and Isadore Duncan. It is about a special bond between two women.
2A,” by Thomas Jacobson, is an abstract look at breast cancer and its effect on
a young woman.
to? And how to?” by Mariusz Kujawski, portrays the transformation from
youngster to artist through a relationship with stage props and the audience.
by Ashlyn Cianciolo, is about public façades and what happens when people
in Red,” by Maggie Zoeller, explores how a painting draws in viewers and
affects them emotionally.
by Emma Fitzsimmons, uses images of water and wind and fans and chords to
portray role reversal.
Lament of the Living,” by Gretchen Hoehn, illustrates the grief we face in
losing a loved one, while honoring those we’ve lost.
by Alyssa Berube, explores the beauty of nature and the joy of fall.
Insist,” by Madelyn Mickelsen, depicts four women as abused slaves who begin to
crack under the pressure.
Good Man?” by Emilee Morton, features hard working men who want to become
Superman. But what will they sacrifice?
by Alyssa Albers, uses competition for self-improvement, seeing peer pressure
in a positive light.